Jan 3 2012

Day 2 Week 1 of The 30 Day Challenge – Good Feeling Workout

Hi BodyRockers!

Lisa-Marie with you! Day two is here!  We are going straight in with a tough interval circuit that will leave you sweating and ready to take on the day.  You will need to set your timer to 10/50 for 12 rounds. Push to your maximum and don’t stop until the buzzer goes.

The BodyRocker Power word I chose for today is Inspire:

I found fitness, fitness didn’t find me, I was a skinny tom boy with a hyperactive personality and a concentration span of nil & that all changed when I met the most amazing lady who I adored from the minute I saw her lycra leggings and matching headband ;), Pam Bryan was my Step Aerobics instructor and she was hardcore!!. I remember walking into her class, feeling so welcome surrounded by lovely people who were all there for the same reason. Working hard but having a real good giggle and supporting each other at the same time. I remember looking at her thinking how strong, confident, beautiful, fit, and just how awesome she was and from that moment on I wanted to be her!! Lycra and all. Fitness, health and wellbeing all come hand in hand and like many of you I lost my mum to Cancer a few years ago, and her strength through that terrible illness only made my passion for eating right and staying fit and looking after myself even stronger.  You only have one heart and one body; look after it as well as you can.

I have been blessed to have so many friends and one in particular is Mr. Steve Powell who from the day I met filled my life with positive energy and taught me to love just being alive every day. He lives for today no matter what life brings, I adore him. Being so far away from home makes me miss my baby sister and my amazing family and friends (they know who they are ;) ) but I hope that if I can just inspire one person the way that so many other people have inspired me and continue to do everyday without even realizing it, then it will all be worth it.

Please Support each other and stay positive and most of all believe in your self. Everyday is a blessing. Make your Power Word Count and work for you… It can be anything at all, as long as when that time comes when you feel like giving up you can draw strength from it and keep going towards your goal!

Stay with me ;)

Enjoy Day Two!

Lisa-Marie

Todays Workout is only 12 Minutes – but it will leave you feeling good and very sweaty :) Set your BodyRocker interval timers for 12 rounds of 50/10 and do the following list of exercises. Be sure and watch today’s video because I go through each exercise and explain easier variations for beginners and also show you guys exactly how this routine comes together. I am also using my PINK sandbag - it’s become a BodyRocker favourite and we will be using it in most of the upcoming workouts. It’s easier to handle than weights and you can load it with the right amount of weight for your fitness level. The sandbag guys have it on sale now for $9 off of the regular price here if you are interested.

10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers

2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps

Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps

Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up

Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5

Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R)

Switch Lunge & Press

Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps

10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps

Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side

Wide leg jumps & Push up

Speed run

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  • Kristen Meche

    Considering how bad the 1st day was the second day wasn’t bad at all! Although, I felt intimidated after watching her do the exercises so fast in the beginning of the video but after I did them, I was like wow! that was easier than I thought! Here are my scores:
    1) 10 HK/10 MC= 3
    2) 2 squat jumps/ 2 push ups/ 1 tuck jump= 4
    3) centre to elbow jump to L&R/ 2 leg jumps= 7
    4) 1 push up/ 2 squat jumps= 5
    5) 5 tuck jumps/ 1/2 burpee & hold= 2
    6) 1 raised leg push up/ 1 spider push up= 6 (but I did pushups on my knees)
    7) switch lunge/ sandbag press= 17
    8) 2 side touch/ punch L&R/ 2 tuck jump= 6
    9) 10 squats/ 10 squat jumps= 1
    10) 10 elbow to knee L&R= 2
    11) Wide leg jumps & push up= 14 (real push up this time)
    12) Speed run= 120

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  • MDiz

    Forgot how intense these workouts are. Thank you so much for keeping the old ones on here. I love them!
    Just found out I am preg but had already planned to do this 30 day challenge so I can look good for my 10th wedding anniversary. Gotta look good! ;)

  • lucykemp21

    Just did this one, day 2. I’m a bit knackered. I’m not that great with coordination or balance so some of these moves were really tough! Especially the 2 touch, 2 punch thingy and the switch lunges. I have such awful coordination and balance, I can’t even do simple step or aerobic patterns! Anyway, I took 20 minutes, not 12 as I had to rest more and watch the moves.
    Scores:
    1) 10 HK/10 MC= 4 (+ 6 HK)
    2) 2 squat jumps/ 2 push ups/ 1 tuck jump= 4
    3) centre jump to L&R/ 2 leg apart jumps= 6
    4) 1 push up/ 2 squat jumps= 5
    5) 5 tuck jumps/ 1 burpee & hold= 5 (couldn’t do it with 5 burpees!)
    6) 1 raised leg push up/ 1 spider push up= 4 (lame attempts, not good form)
    7) switch lunge/ sandbag press= 11
    8) 2 side touch/ punch L&R/ 2 tuck jump= 5 (very slow due to lack of coordination!)
    9) 10 squats/ 10 squat jumps= 1.5
    10) 10 elbow to knee L&R= 1.5
    11) Wide leg jumps & push up= 10
    12) Speed run= 50s
    13) 30s plank

  • Meganeadus

    holy hell that was tough! im loving the changes im seeing in my body! thank you!!! i love me some body rock!!!!

  • fitgurl411

    Just started… 

    Week1: Day 2
    1-   4.5
    2-   4
    3-   6
    4-   5
    5-   2
    6-   4
    7-   11
    8-   9
    9-   1.5
    10-  3
    11-  2 real (11 in out with no pushups)
    12- 100% no stopping

    :) 

  • Ashley Gray

    I’m FINALLY starting a 30 day challenge after a long time of searching through different routines and picking one each day. I know a lot of people think these routines can be a bit confusing but I’ve found a great way to follow them easily and count my reps. As a FANTASTIC WARMUP I like to go through each set of exercises one time, at a slow-moderate pace. This way I can learn the exercise group and get a good warmup that gets my heart pumping. I find that when I learn the set and do it once, it’s much easier to do again. And after doing each exercise group once, my heart rate is up and I’m already sweating. When it’s time to do the whole workout, I know the exercises and I don’t waste precious interval time trying to learn how to do them. Here are my scores for the day:

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers: 3.5

    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps: 3.5

    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps: 6

    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up: 7 (I forgot to do the push ups) / 5 (with push ups)

    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5: 4

    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 3

    Switch Lunge & Press: 13

    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps: 6

    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 2

    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 2

    Wide leg jumps & Push up: 7

    Speed run: 150

  • http://www.facebook.com/alex.gilenson Alex Gilenson

    That one was tough!!
    This time I wrote down and..
    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers – X 2
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps – X 3 but I did 2 Tuck Jumps a time
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps – X 5
    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up – X 4
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5 – X 3
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R) – X 2 and then 20 Push Ups
    Switch Lunge & Press – X 20
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps – X 5
    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps – X 1.25 (14 Squat)
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side – X 20
    Wide leg jumps & Push up – X 10
    Speed run – 50 Sec

    Now I feel like a robot :)

  • Montroy123

    That’s why she does modifications…keep positive people! If you feel a workout is to hard choose a different one for the day and just keep it going! : ) I think this workout is great…a challenge for sure…but that’s a good thing!

  • Christy Hinton

    i just started this 30 day challenge.  although i work out regularly i still found this to be rather challenging.  i love it!  i can’t wait to finish this challenge and then start the next 30 day challenge.  thanks for a great workout!

  • http://www.facebook.com/aimee.k.brown Aimee Kitchen Brown

    I realized how much of a challenge this is going to be.  I remember Lisa Marie mentioning somewhere that we need to focus on making sure the form is correct and not just pumping through the exercise to get more reps in the 50 seconds.  For day 2 I seemed to be more worried about pumping out the reps.  So my word of the day for Day 3 is “Form”.

    Here are my scores for Day 2
    High Knees + Mnt Knees  = 2.5 sets
    Squat jumps + push ups + tuck jumps = 3 sets
    Center to elbow = 4 sets
    Clean & press & squat & press = 6 sets
    Tuck jumps + half burpees w/ hold = 5.5 sets
    Press ups: 1 straight + 1 spider = 8
    Switch lunge w/press = 12
    Side touches + side punches + tuck jumps = 8 sets
    Squats + squat jumps = 13 sets
    Elbow to Knee = 5 sets
    Wide leg jumps + push up = 12
    speed run = 100

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=47905720 Amber Hargroder

    Redo Scores (old score/new score):
    (1) 4/5
    (2) 3/4
    (3) 4/4
    (4) 1/3.5
    (5) 2/1.5
    (6) 14 simple pushups/4 full exercise on toes :)
    (7) 18 without sandbag/6 with heavier bag
    (8) 5/5
    (9) 1 without bag/1 with bag
    (10) 2/4
    (11) 8/12
    (12) n/a

    I added 10 pounds to my sandbag, making it 26.6 lbs, and I also went for a brief run today. All of my pushups and such were done on my toes!!! YAY for progress!! :D

  • Anonymous

    I can’t find those sandbags anywhere in Tunisia! What shall I do to replace them?

  • Sarah

    Ugh that was brutal!!
    Again, exercises were too complicated to follow easily and count reps at the same time.

    My scores:
    1. 10 high knees/10 mtn climbers: 5
    2. 2 squat jump/2 push ups/jump tuck: 4
    3. Plank jumps to elbows and center leg jumps: 4
    4. Clean&press/squat&press/2 pushups: 3 1/2
    5. 5 tucks/5 burpee squat holds: 2
    6. Pushups on knees: 25
    7. Switch lunge & press: 18
    8. 2 side lunge/L&R punch/2 tucks: 5
    9. 10 squats/10 jump squats: 1rep +4 squats
    10. Elbow to knee jumps 10 each side:2reps +7left side
    11. Plank wide leg jumps & push up: 11 (pushups on knees)
    12. Speed run: 180

    I’m gonna be sooo sore tomorrow…..

  • Sarah

    Ugh that was brutal!!
    Again, exercises were too complicated to follow easily and count reps at the same time.

    My scores:
    1. 10 high knees/10 mtn climbers: 5
    2. 2 squat jump/2 push ups/jump tuck: 4
    3. Plank jumps to elbows and center leg jumps: 4
    4. Clean&press/squat&press/2 pushups: 3 1/2
    5. 5 tucks/5 burpee squat holds: 2
    6. Pushups on knees: 25
    7. Switch lunge & press: 18
    8. 2 side lunge/L&R punch/2 tucks: 5
    9. 10 squats/10 jump squats: 1rep +4 squats
    10. Elbow to knee jumps 10 each side:2reps +7left side
    11. Plank wide leg jumps & push up: 11 (pushups on knees)
    12. Speed run: 180

    I’m gonna be sooo sore tomorrow…..

  • LuluAmelia

    Today was my first day… I found myself saying “Whhaaaaaa?”, “Oh s**t, what?”, “What’s next?” almost EVERY time. HAHA! 

    It was very complicated and I’m more the type of person to jump right
    into it and don’t need the moves to be complicated at all.

    HOW were you able to count your reps so well?  I just did as many of the moves as I could and kept going.  I know that’s not the most effective way but how do you keep track after so many moves?

  • LuluAmelia

    Oh my goodness. JUST found this site today – did the test and day 1.  I am spent BUT so excited! I should have done this in the morning :D

    I’m pretty sure I looked like a fool doing this, but I’m pretty sure I did everything correctly.  At first when the timer kept ringing I kept panicking!  HAHA!   

  • Hedgebrady

    Ok just completed the 2nd workout. V tough n hard 2 get all the moves right but enjoyed it.
    Will just no. the excercises. 2 exhausted right now.
    1. 2 full & a half
    2. 3 full
    3. 3 full
    4. 5 full
    5. 1& a half ( got confused doing this n lost all co-ordination)
    6. 4 full
    7. 30 full
    8. 4 full
    9. 1 & a half
    10. 2 & a half
    11. 9
    12. Forgot to count but ran like hell.. :)

  • Anonymous

    ahhhh this was so hard!! but i loved it! Especially at the end lol

    Keep rockin!!!

  • Anonymous

    wow that was exhausting and fun!
    10 high knees/10 mtn climbers- 2 sets
    2 squat jumps/2 push ups/1 tuck jump- 4 sets
    centre to elbow plank/2 leg jumps-4 sets
    clean & press/squat and press/push up-4 sets
    5 tuck jumps/1/2 burpee squat-1 set
    spider leg push up & straight leg-5 each side
    switch lunge & press-19
    2 side lunge/ l/r side punch/2 tuck ups- 3 sets
    10 squats/squat jumps- 5 sets
    wide leg jumps & push up-3 sets
    speed run

  • Brian

    No workout up yet today, so I did this one. 12 minutes of torture! I felt good though because I was able to push harder than when I first did it.

  • Brian

    No workout up yet today, so I did this one. 12 minutes of torture! I felt good though because I was able to push harder than when I first did it.

  • Anonymous

    Okay.  Day 2.  This was the hardest 12 minutes of exercise ever.  As I don’t have a sandbag I used a 10lb dumb bell for the weighted exercises.

    10 x High Knees &10 Mountainclimbers– 5.5 sets

    2 x squat jumps & 2 Push ups & 1 tuck jump– 6.5 sets

    Centre to Elbow jump & 2 x leg jumps — 9 sets

    Clean & press/ Squat & press/push-up– 6.5 sets

    5x tuck jumps & 5x half burpee squat and hold– 3.5 sets

    spider knee push-ups & straight leg push-ups–4 sets (2 reg and 2 bent knee)

    switch jump and press–12 sets

    side lunge x 2/ left and right side punch/2 tuck jumps–10 sets

    10 x squat & 10 squat jumps– 1 set + 8 squats

    10x each side elbow to knee jumps–2.5 sets

    Wide leg jumps & push-up–10 sets

    Speed run–130 (or 65 if you count tapping both knees as one set)

    Then I collapsed onto my mat for about 5 minutes before tacking on the following:

    ABS:

    3 tri-sets of 10 V-ups/15 bent leg crunches/12 bicycles (each time the elbow touches the left knee= one rep)

    Strength practice:
    3 sets of the spider knee/straight leg push-ups as I kind of screwed them up in the original circuit

    Cardio:
    9 rounds of tabata-style jump rope: 20 secs rest/30 secs work.

    Then I almost passed out.

  • Silvana

    I just got back to bodyrocking after 2 months… I really missed it. I’m more of a beginner because I did not manage to stick to the training for more than 3 days in a row and I am in the habit of taking long breaks…
    I was glad to see this 30 days challenge!
    Anyway, here it is:
    2 sets – 10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers
    2 sets – 2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps
    5 sets – Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps
    2 sets – Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up
    1 set – Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5
    1 set – Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R)
    16 sets – Switch Lunge & Press
    4 sets – Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch & 2 Tuck Jumps
    1 set – 10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps
    2 sets – Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side
    6 sets – Wide leg jumps & Push up
    ? (forgot to count…) Speed run

    Hope to carry on with this. I really like it! Thank you!

  • Guest1000

    Oh my!!! just started the 30 day workout yesterday! I am completely new to BodyRockers but I am so excited to become a part of it :D Man what a workout! i thought that the routine would be too complex after watching her do it but I took about 15 mins just watching her and working out which move was which in the list and once I did that it was a piece of cake! HA! I wish….:(  for cake I mean. I really didn’t find this too difficult to keep track of one I worked everything out. Tiring stuff though. I am so pleased I have done it though :)

  • Guest1000

    Oh my!!! just started the 30 day workout yesterday! I am completely new to BodyRockers but I am so excited to become a part of it :D Man what a workout! i thought that the routine would be too complex after watching her do it but I took about 15 mins just watching her and working out which move was which in the list and once I did that it was a piece of cake! HA! I wish….:(  for cake I mean. I really didn’t find this too difficult to keep track of one I worked everything out. Tiring stuff though. I am so pleased I have done it though :)

  • Anonymous

    that was so intense! but i feel so good right now! can’t wait for the next workout : )

  • Anonymous

    HARD! Happy to feel the burn though : )

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers = 5
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps= 4
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps= 10
    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up= 5
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5= 3
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R)= 4
    Switch Lunge & Press= 13
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps= 7
    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps= 1.5
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side= 2
    Wide leg jumps & Push up= 7
    Speed run= 87

  • Coverednrain

    WOW!

    1. 5.5
    2. 4
    3. 10
    4. 7
    5. 2.5
    6. 4
    7. 13
    8. 7
    9. 1.5
    10. 3
    11. 20
    12. 200 (counted 1 every time my foot hit the floor)

    I don’t have a sandbag so I omitted the weights but still did the workout. Thank you! It was worth it!!

  • Anonymous

    My lord this stuff is tough!!! LOL..I kept up pretty good. I wrote out everything and varied it slighly..

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    Hi Cuppy Power,
    I came to bodyrock after doing P90X for close to three years, with a few small breaks. I was just looking into Insanity when I found bodyrock. I really love that the WO’s are short and intense. P90X gave me muscles and tone, but bodyrock gave me stamina like you wouldn’t believe. They are both good routines, but I found I was so bored of doing the same 6 WO’s every week, hence the appeal of bodyrock. There are lots of no equipment routines, and most that require equipment they do show modifications for at the end of the video. When I started I didn’t have anything, bar bells, dumb bells, a couple of chairs for my dip station, and a jump rope. It’s do-able without the equipment. Fill a backpack full of bags of rice or beans for a sand bag for example. Give it a try, I think you might get hooked like I did, my one year anniversary is Feb 4!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    Hi Cuppy Power,
    I came to bodyrock after doing P90X for close to three years, with a few small breaks. I was just looking into Insanity when I found bodyrock. I really love that the WO’s are short and intense. P90X gave me muscles and tone, but bodyrock gave me stamina like you wouldn’t believe. They are both good routines, but I found I was so bored of doing the same 6 WO’s every week, hence the appeal of bodyrock. There are lots of no equipment routines, and most that require equipment they do show modifications for at the end of the video. When I started I didn’t have anything, bar bells, dumb bells, a couple of chairs for my dip station, and a jump rope. It’s do-able without the equipment. Fill a backpack full of bags of rice or beans for a sand bag for example. Give it a try, I think you might get hooked like I did, my one year anniversary is Feb 4!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • danielle

    Day 2
    Yea when i watched this video for the first time yesterday i thought you were a crazy lady.  However I still wrote down the routine how I could understand and prepared for the next day.  Gotta tell you today i really did not want to do it.  But at 9:09 pm I pulled my ass off the couch and tried my best! in order from the sets:
    1. (10 high knees, 10 mt. climbers) 4
    2. 2
    3. 6
    4. 3
    5. 1
    6. push ups: 6
    7. 15
    8. 7
    9. 1
    10. couldnt remember what this was so I did 11 half half push ups instead ;)
    11. 9
    12. Full 50 sec

    Yes by the end I was sweaty, almost felt like vomiting by the end of the run.  But i did it! That’s all that matters.  And then I actually had motivation to do some other things.  All for only about 15 minutes of my day.  Heres to day 3

  • Onyx

    Hey!
    Day 2 and I’m proud I did it :D I surviveeeeed :)
    Here are my results :

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers – 3 series 2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps – 5 series Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps – 4 Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up – 5 Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5 – 1 Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R) – 1 ( I can’t do push ups :((( ) Switch Lunge & Press – 20 Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps – 6 10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps – easy version – 30 Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side – 3 series Wide leg jumps & Push up – 2 Speed run – 120 seconds ( considering I didn’t work out very good at the others I thought it wouldn’t hurt to do more speed run ) Kati, I see we both started yesterday this challenge ;) I wish u luck and hope you will get the results that u want.Actually, I wish u all an..iron will :) and happy BDR!

  • Jkaye2007

    I just started yesterday with the fitness challege, and completed this not thirty minutes ago. I’m extremely out of shape but I am so happy and thankful you all give alternitives to the exercises! I’m working up to just being able to do the whole work out anyway possible since I wasn’t able to today. I look forward to doing this everyday possible (okay atleast five days a week ;) )

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/KK23MTF36IZII6MTB5TA4GHSVM Bernadette

    Okay finished day 2 of BODYROCK workout. I took it slower today so I
    would not throw up this time. bleh! :) I kept on thinking of the word
    FAITH and it helped me push through!Almost felt like cursing though
    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers-8 sets

    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps-6 sets

    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps-6 sets

    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up-6 sets Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5-5 sets Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R)-(did easy ones) 20 Switch Lunge & Press-12 Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch & 2 Tuck Jumps-6 sets 10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps- 1 1/2..(oh dear) Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side- 4 sets on both sides Wide leg jumps & Push up-(standing up) 50 Speed run-was not sure if i was suppose to count or not but i got to 52

  • Ale

    Hi there
    What is better?
    Start with easy exercises and many repetitions or the tough exercises with just a few repetitions??
    I can do both but which is better?
    Thanks!!

  • Anonymous

    Here are my scores!

    2.5
    3
    14
    4
    1
    12
    4
    3
    22
    1.5
    22
    I ran through my timer. :( Hahaha!

  • Whitney Williams

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers 3 sets

    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps 3 sets and 2 squat jumps

    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps 3 sets

    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up 3 sets

    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5 1 set

    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R) 5 sets

    Switch Lunge & Press 12

    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps 4 sets

    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps 10 squats 5 squat jumps

    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side 2 sets

    Wide leg jumps & Push up 10

    Speed run

    It was a little daunting at first but I enjoyed after I started. Great workout Lisa-Marie!

  • Lori Warman

    Began “Day 1″ today.  This wasn’t too bad.  However; I don’t have a sand bag yet, so I had to modify.  I am looking forward to “Day 2″.

  • Anonymous

    This wasn’t too bad, except the push ups.  I did the girly ones.  I just wish I could do them faster lol.  Here are my scores.

    Knee highs-10 Mtn. Climb- 10
    Squat jump-2 push up-2 tuck jump-2
    clean press and squat-2
    tuck jump 5 burpee 5
    spider knee push up straight leg push up- (girly) 4
    switch lunge-10
    squats-1- jumps-10
    elbow knee jumps- 10 each side
    wide leg jump and push up-10 (girly)
    speed run 49 sec.

  • Jenn

    Here are my scores:

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers:  4.5 rounds

    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps:  3 rounds + 2 Squat Jumps & 2 Push Ups

    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps:  8 rounds

    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up:  4 rounds + Push Up & Clean

    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5:  2 rounds

    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 15 (total number of push ups I did in this round)

    Switch Lunge & Press: 15 (counted each switch lunge as one rep)

    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps:  6 rounds

    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps:  1 round + 1 squat

    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side:  2 rounds (both sides) + 4 elbow to knee jumps

    Wide leg jumps & Push up:  14 (counted the push ups)

    Speed run:  193 (had a slight pause to note the first 100 reps)

    I probably could have done slightly better if I wasn’t trying to count to my reps for this one.  I would usually use my camera and count the reps in the resulting video, but I didn’t clear the memory…oh well.

    I used my 10 pound DIY Ugi for this, because I don’t have a sandbag (yet- hopefully).

  • Anonymous

    Woo that was fun! There were too many to remember, so unfortunately I had to waste valuable seconds looking some up while my timer was ticking. I just did lunges while fuddling with the video. :) It would be SUPER helpful if you guys could post still shots of each workout; I know that’s a lot more work, but it definitely helped me when you did that with Zuzana. I just opened lots of little windows and had the pictures of each workout open to remind myself throughout the workout. Maybe I’ll put that on your Facebook page since my post might get lost in here. :D Thanks for another great day guys!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/BH4EOO2SZBYP22DPM6X6F7PILA Jerica

    For those of you who don’t have an interval timer, use this for now, http://www.speedbagforum.com/timer.html

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/BH4EOO2SZBYP22DPM6X6F7PILA Jerica

    For those of you who don’t have an interval timer, use this for now, http://www.speedbagforum.com/timer.html

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/BH4EOO2SZBYP22DPM6X6F7PILA Jerica

    Just did Day 2, BOY that was hard!! But I did it and I am proud! Day 3, im ready for you!(hopefully)

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/BH4EOO2SZBYP22DPM6X6F7PILA Jerica

    Just did Day 2, BOY that was hard!! But I did it and I am proud! Day 3, im ready for you!(hopefully)

  • Anonymous

    I beg to differ, you managed to write this! lol

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      girl, you’re so funny!!!!!! Glad you have the time to encourage all of the new posters….I try to go through once in a while, but don’t have enough time…. :-)

      • Anonymous

        I’m sitting here sick today, so I thought I would go encourage others to workout, since I’m not! ha ha!

  • Anonymous

    don’t worry!  lisa marie simplifies the workouts in a couple days, day 2 is the most complicated, and day 3 a little, then the moves become a little more simplified! you’re going to love it!

  • Josée Levesque

    OMG, I’m in worst shape then I thought! I’m almost ashamed to put today’s score on. But here I go…

    1) 4
    2) 4
    3) 8
    4) 3
    5) 3
    6) 4
    7) 17
    8) 8
    9) 1
    10) 3
    11)13
    12)130

    I’m feeling muscles I didn’t even know I had!
    Thanks for this workout it was fantastic!
    For the new bodyrockers whom like me have difficulty to remember sequences I leave you with a jpg of the cheat sheet I made today, you can look at it from your screen or just print it out.

    see you tomorrow guys!

    Joe
    http://mybestmebyjoe.blogspot.com/

  • Lexi

    January 17, 2012
    Weight: 159.8 lbs
    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers – 4
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps – 3
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps – 4
    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up – 4
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5 – 1
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R) – 8
    Switch Lunge & Press – 17
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps – 5
    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps – 1
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side – 1
    Wide leg jumps & Push up – 7
    Speed run – 150

  • Kmontalvo89

    my first time trying bodyrocking today and i couldnt remember the routines i had to keep stopping. only went up to set 4 :/ hope i do better tomorrow

  • Kmontalvo89

    my first time trying bodyrocking today and i couldnt remember the routines i had to keep stopping. only went up to set 4 :/ hope i do better tomorrow

  • Anonymous

    At first I thought, with all these combos it would be hard to do this workout but thankfully no! It was great. Maybe because I’ve been Bodyrocking for a year plus. So, I’m used to the exercises. But yes, maybe for beginners, it is hard to remember the combos. I love that it’s a new exercise each round, so it doesn’t get boring. Not to forget, LOVE the energy Lisa Marie!! =DAnyway, here are my scores:10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers – 4 reps + 10 high knees2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps – 3 reps + 2 squat jumps + 2 push upsCentre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps – 4 repsClean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up – 3 repsTuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5 – 2 repsSpider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R) – 4 repsSwitch Lunge & Press – 7 repsSide Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps – 5 reps10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps – 1 rep Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side – 3 reps + 4 jumpsWide leg jumps & Push up – 13 repsSpeed run – 152 reps
    Keep Bodyrocking guys! Don’t get discouraged by the combos. Just push through! Even better, modify it so that you are comfortable with it. It gets better in time. Trust me! I’ve been there. =)

  • Anonymous

    I like the combo moves now, though I’ve found it hard to count reps when the moves are complicated. I think the best way to handle counting for a combo move with multiple reps within is to just count a 1/2 rep if the timer goes off before you finish a complete combo. As for keeping it all straight, it gets easier – but I know it wasn’t fun for me at first either, many months ago when I had to watch the combo moves done multiple times and spent more energy trying to memorize the instructions than getting a workout. There were times when I would stop my workout and go back to the computer to watch again, then go back to my workout! 

    But one of the subtle changes that happened as I got more and BR workouts behind me is that I can improvise on the spot if I needed to, by reaching into the wide repertoire of exercises and doing a comparable movement if I can’t remember what the exact movement was for that particular workout. 

  • http://Bodyrock.tv Ivette

    1) 4
    2) 4
    3) 5
    4) 4
    5) 2
    6) 8
    7) 18
    8) 11
    9) 1 1/2
    10) 4
    11) 7

  • Tanya

    Hello dear Lisa!
    Thank you so much for your great workouts.I ve just started(2 days ago)-terribly unfit,could not finish properly day 2 ,so going to repeat day2 tomorrow.
    When would you advice to do exercise-in the morning or in the evening?Also,if it is in the morning-would I do the exercise on empty stomach or after breakfast?

    Thank you so much for your enthusiasm-its catchy!

    Tanya

  • http://www.facebook.com/felinemenina Anna Carolina F

    Workout 2: 06.01.12

    1) 5 2) 4 3) 4 4) 3 5) 2 6) 5 7) 6 8) 2 9) 4 10) 2,5 11) 12 12) 140

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    don’t drop out, just do different routines…..

  • Claudiateresa21

    phewwwwwww first day of doing this workout ! bit nervous wish me luck guys!!
    even though im late on this im still not giving up!!!! (:

  • Claudiateresa21

    phewwwwwww first day of doing this workout ! bit nervous wish me luck guys!!
    even though im late on this im still not giving up!!!! (:

  • Inovindil

    I’m a beginner and I feel I’m in such terrible shape. I have a knee injury that slows me down, but still. I follow the instructions for beginners and still manage only few sets for each. I am not going to give up though. If I stop and postpone it, I’ll never really start.

    I mostly wanted to post concerning the timer. I am using the default android phone clock application, set the count down timer to 50 seconds, and the 10 seconds for the break aren’t that difficult to count.

  • Anonymous

    yep everyone guessed it…. I’m an idiot.. posted all my replys as comments…. uggghhh can I blame it on the work out I just finished. hehehehe

  • Shea Butler

    So I did day 2 after I performed the day 1 fitness test, and I almost DIED. I agree that some of the routines are complicated but I look at it this way: by doing more complicated moves that incorporate more body parts your heart rate is getting extremely high and therefore you don’t have to do less complicated movements for a longer period of time!

    10 high knees / 10 mountain climbers: 5 sets

    2 squat jumps / 2 push-ups / tuck jump: 6 sets
    2 center to elbow jump RL / 2 leg jumps: 7 sets
    clean & press / squat & press / push-up: 7 sets
    5 tuck jumps / 5 half burpee squat hold: 2 sets
    spider knee push-up & straight leg push-up: 6
    switch lunge & press: 15
    2 side lunges / RL punch / 2 tuck jumps: 7 sets
    10 squats / 10 squat jumps: 27 squats (no squat jumps)
    10 RL elbow to knee ab jumps: 2 sets
    wide leg jumps/ push-up: 30 jumps on elbows
    speed run

  • http://hapatime.blogspot.com Jessica R.

    yes! 

  • Michelle

    I love the workouts Lisa Marie comes up with. Very creative and a great change up from my regular gym routine. I have shared this website with so many friends. LOVE IT!

  • AJHarg

    Yeah – this is way to complicated, and overwhelming…I understand that you have to keep it interesting, but this was the most ridiculous workout I’ve seen in a while on this site. I get that this is a 30 day challenge, but you can’t have a really basic fit test and then turn around and bombard people with this. I miss the old days…

  • http://hapatime.blogspot.com Jessica R.

    Well I had to take a day off from that fitness test because I was rather sore. (Eek!) and I’m not too happy with my scores because although I did bodyrocking before and thought I was familiar with the moves, as I got into it I had to keep stopping the timer to watch clips of the video and I also didn’t have a sandbag so I used 10 lbs in free weights. 

    high knees/mountain climbers = 5
    squat jumps/push ups/tuck jumps = 3
    centre to elbow jump/leg jumps – 6
    clean/press squat/press pushup = 3
    tuck jumps/burpee/squat jump – 2.5
    spider knee pushup/straight leg pushup – 3.5
    lunge/press – 16
    side lung/punch/jumps – 8
    squat/squat jumps – 1
    elbow knee jumps – 2
    wide leg/pushup – 9
    speed run – i ran slow… IMO

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    you’re welcome, please keep trying

  • http://twitter.com/misathemeb The Delicate Place

    wow i just finished this and while it was brutal, i spent nearly 10mins watching the vid and glancing at my paper to accomplish this! i agree with everyone else, the beauty of bodyrock are moves that you can do anywhere in a short amount of time. simple moves with dynamic flow into the next exercise is the best. this was overly complex!

  • Ana

    did it! i do agree though its kinda complicated, just did it as i remembered :D

  • Anonymous

    Even though your are new, I would still encourage you to write down the reps even if its only 1 or 2 becuase they will usually go back to older routines to beat a personal best and when  you can compare the scores it really helps you to see how much you have improved.

  • Anonymous

    You can bodyrock on any surface you can get grip with your shoes or feet.
    I bodyrock on a carpet and exercise mat, so you carpets are good.

  • Mary Lou

    Hi Jody! When we get a particularly hard routine, or somewhat new, I have my oldest write down my numbers for me, it works out great! I know what you mean about them kicking your butt. I couldn’t do ninja jumps for the longest time, so I asked the kids if they could do them, my mistake. They can do them EFFORTLESSLY over and over again, and laugh at me at the same time. I can get on my feet now, but they are not pretty. Keep up the good work!

  • Lila Alejandra ♥

    Geez Pamela!! Can´t you be a little bit more of a patient  and tolerant bodyrocker, instead of like “yelling” at others just because you do not like what you read? Do not be so negative to the bodyrockers who want to give their feedback about the site. There is nothing wrong with it, ok? Nobody is whining and complaining it´s just FEEDBACK, ok, simple as that.

    Have a good day =)

  • http://twitter.com/GpeGracia Guadalupe Gracia

    I think this new routines are really funny. There’s no way you would get bored doing them. But, yes, they are kind of complicated. It takes too long to memorize them. Maybe a combination between funny and simple would be the best. Any way, thank you Lisa Marie, this workout looks amazing. Wish me luck, I might not survive to this one. 

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    play with your timer a bit…it’s not that hard to figure out…don’t have it on me, but when you turn it on, it should have a top line and a bottom line, and a box on the left side…the button on the top left of the timer lets you scroll between the numbers that you can change, the top right button lets you change the numbers….so if you are trying to set 10/50 second intervals for 12 rounds….the top line will read :10 the bottom line will read :50 and the numbers in the box will read 12….so you have 10 seconds of rest, and 50 seconds of work for 12 rounds….hope that helps….I’m doing this from memory

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    Hi Pamela, I don’t think there is any whining here…Sean, Lisa Marie and Freddie had asked for feedback. Feedback does not mean nodding your head and agreeing with everything…They are trying to make this site accessible for everyone….they can only do that by getting honest answers back…you will notice that most people said one or two complex moves are fine…they didn’t say let us do the same 2 exercises every time….variety is the spice of life…peace

    • Lila Alejandra ♥

      Gerry, Pamela seems to be the only one complaining here ALL the time of our honest feedback (no whining here) I´ve been bodyrocking for more than a year and I like to post what I like and do not like of this site. She is judgmental and very impatient with the rest of us, I mean if she doesn´t like what we post, why does she read it any way. So speaking of true bodyrockers, we bodyrockers do not complain and whine, we give positive feedback so the site so can be the best for everyone and we can achieve our goals. 

      P.S I myself prefer a little bit more of simplicty and I´m sure Freddy and Lisa will not see this as a complaint.

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    Hi Jas, you can either give it a go or check out some of the older routines and try those out. Don’t stop because you don’t like a particular WO, there are hundreds of others to choose from….keep rocking…
    http://fitness.litealloy.ru/workouts/tags?utf8=%E2%9C%93&searchtime=&searchtags=intervals&commit=Go!

  • Anonymous

    Hi guys! Loved this workout, very energetic. My scores:
    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers
    5
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps
    3
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps
    5 (whole comb)
    2 Push Ups & Clean & Press & Squat & Press
    3
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5
    2
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R)
    4
    Switch Lunge & Press
    16
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps
    6-1
    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps
    1 rep
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side
    5.5
    Wide leg jumps & Push up
    15
    Speed run
    more or less 100? I lost my account by 60s but I kept skipping for some more time so :p.
    …. Well I always watch the full vid(s) first (mostly the night bfore I actually do the workout) , stop it at each exercise, scroll down to see the name of the matching exercize, by that time I understand the name of the ex. matching the movements, and that’s mostly it, the morning after when I’m going to workout I copy the name of the exs. (to a notebook on the Pc so I can write down the reps during the workout and of course see what is the next ex. that I’m about to perform ) and see if I remember all, if I can’t remember one or another I watch that specific exercise again.. sounds complicated explained like this but it’s not really, I just do my homework to get all set for my next workout session :) This works for me of course I’m not saying everyone has to, or should do this this way, anyways I don’t mind some simpler routines SINCE it keeps interesting with new challenging exercises and/or combs!
      P.S.: I burpeed the train station commercial area when I was passing there tday, my boyfriend could kill me for the shame and this man stopped and looked at me to watch what I was about to do like I was a crazy woman, throwing myself down on the floor (the same that happens with Zuz ) LOL XD     

  • Adelie

    THE ROUTINE IS AMAZING!!!!! I’m your total fan Lisa-Marie!!!
    Your personality is adorable! I’M ABSOLUTELY SURE YOU INSIPIRE THOUSANDS!!!
    SHARING THIS!
    KEEP ON ROCKING EVERYBODY!!!
    GREAT WORK BR TEAM!!!!! THANK YOU EVERY DAY…what?! EVERY SECOND!!!;)))

  • Lila Alejandra ♥

    Hey! It took me like half an hour just to watch the video and write down all the exercises!! I mean don´t get me wrong, I LOVE combos,  they are challenging and fun, but to mix up so many combos at once makes it challenging for the brain and mostly for the time saving concept. It actually took me more time memorizing all of them, writing them down and watching the video than the workout itself. Do not  stop creating combos, just do not make us do them all at once. Simplicity is what gets us motivated too, complexity just gets us lazy again and letting Brutus trick us into giving up because it´s so complicated.

    But these combos are new, fresh and fun. I would sure want more combos in the future. I sometime use them for a quickie challenge time workout since they make you use all your body muscles at once and the cardio at the same time. But I honestly also want simplicity for the workouts and most of all, time saving, as we all I believe have very busy lives =)

    I´m off to do this work out, it sure seems like a killer one. I´m scared….

  • Lila Alejandra ♥

    Hey! It took me like half an hour just to watch the video and write down all the exercises!! I mean don´t get me wrong, I LOVE combos,  they are challenging and fun, but to mix up so many combos at once makes it challenging for the brain and mostly for the time saving concept. It actually took me more time memorizing all of them, writing them down and watching the video than the workout itself. Do not  stop creating combos, just do not make us do them all at once. Simplicity is what gets us motivated too, complexity just gets us lazy again and letting Brutus trick us into giving up because it´s so complicated.

    But these combos are new, fresh and fun. I would sure want more combos in the future. I sometime use them for a quickie challenge time workout since they make you use all your body muscles at once and the cardio at the same time. But I honestly also want simplicity for the workouts and most of all, time saving, as we all I believe have very busy lives =)

    I´m off to do this work out, it sure seems like a killer one. I´m scared….

  • Anonymous

    Here’s my score’s for this sweaty workout: 

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers: 4 + 10HK 
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps: 5 
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps: 11 
    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up: 5 
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5: 6 
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 11 
    Switch Lunge & Press: 17 
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps: 7 or 8 
    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 2 + 10squat 
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 6 
    Wide leg jumps & Push up: 17 
    Speed run: HUH! :D Didn’t count.

  • rybka

    wow Lisa you are amazing, you motivate me so much. Whenever I watch you I want to workout:) Love you all guys for what you do. I hope that you are not going to stop or anything like that bcs I don’t think that I can live without you anymore:) Lost of kisses and love to you. Thank you again!!

  • http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html JessJN

    Awesome! I’m glad you like it :)

  • Elena Ioan

    Well, well, well… Day 2 it is:
    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers: 5 full sets, + 10 high knees2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps; 4 setsCentre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps: I lost the count of it…Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up: Once again, I lost the count of it…Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5: 2 setsSpider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 16 push-ups in totalSwitch Lunge & Press: 20Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps: 4 sets10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 2 sets + 4 squatsElbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 20Wide leg jumps & Push up: 12Speed run: well, it was fast and fuirous! :)I did this workout yesterday, but posting the scores today only (sorry for the delay)

  • Elena Ioan

    Well, well, well… Day 2 it is:
    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers: 5 full sets, + 10 high knees2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps; 4 setsCentre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps: I lost the count of it…Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up: Once again, I lost the count of it…Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5: 2 setsSpider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 16 push-ups in totalSwitch Lunge & Press: 20Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps: 4 sets10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 2 sets + 4 squatsElbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 20Wide leg jumps & Push up: 12Speed run: well, it was fast and fuirous! :)I did this workout yesterday, but posting the scores today only (sorry for the delay)

  • Cindy

    I just did this second fitness test at home.
    1 HK/MC 8
    2 Squat jumps and push up/jump tuck 7
    3 Centre to elbow jump 9
    4 clean/press  squat/press/push up 7
    5 Tuck jump and burpee squat 5
    6 spider knee push ups and straight leg pushup 16
    7 switch lunge and press 14
    8 side lunge and side punch and jump tuck 9
    9 10 sandbag squat (10) and 10 jump squat 3
    10 elbow to knee jumps 6
    11 wide leg jump and push up 20
    12 speed run 225
    Great sweat=great results
    Thanks!

  • http://www.youasamachine.com You As A Machine

    Hey, thanks! That’s great. 

  • Anonymous

    Thank you! :) But it’s sad that no one seems to have an answer to my question :(

  • http://www.youasamachine.com You As A Machine

    I don’t workout if I’m sick. 
    If I feel “something” coming on I tend to anticipate and rest before that something turns into something big. I’d rather take a day or two off and build up my immunity than have to be out of commission for four to seven days with a whopper of a cold/flu.My kids presented with flu symptoms this Monday. I took Tuesday off everything and was feeling a little under the weather along with them. We napped in the afternoon and by Wednesday I felt on the road to recovery…kids too!

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    trust me, I watched the video many many times, wrote great notes…just found it a bit too complicated to get an intense WO in…might be just me, but from the amount of comments, I wasn’t the only one that thought so

  • ZoeRocker

    Just watch the vids. They’ll let you know usually when he next one is up. Look on Facebook too!

  • Samanthina

    I know it’s very stupid ,but i can’t change my picture on the profile in the comments.Please,can anyone tell me?

  • Samanthina

    I know it’s very stupid ,but i can’t change my picture on the profile in the comments.Please,can anyone tell me?

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/FitMindy?feature=mhum Mindy McT

    I count 1 rep after doing both knees. Basically every time my right knee comes forward I count 1 rep.

  • ZoeRocker

    Did this one just now. It was tough. Great sweat! I agree with people that it takes a liottle longer to figure out the combos, (which sort of takes away the “fast and simple” element that we’re used to) but I found that warming up by doing 1 rep of each combo really helped. I like the dancy flow this routine had. Lisa-Marie, I think you are fantastic and I love watching you. You inspire me and give me something to work towards. I am on the fast track to a six pack. Hey, I think I’ll use that as my new slogan for bodyrock. BODYROCK IS THE FAST TRACK TO A SIX PACK!!!

    • ZoeRocker

      oops, I forgot to post my scores…

      1. 10 HK/10 MC- 6
      2. 2 SJ/ 2PU/ 1 TJ- 6
      3. Plank jumps and jacks- 10
      4. Clean Press/ Squat Press/ 1 PU- 5
      5. 5 TJ/ 5 Burpee Squat Hold- 3 +5 TJ
      6. One Leg PU/ Reptile PU- 14 total
      7. Lunge Press- 10
      8. 2 Side Lunge/ LtoR Punch/ 2 TJ- 10
      9. 10SB Squats/ 10 SJ- 1 +5 SBS
      10. Diagonal Knee Touch Hops- 2 +10 (R)
      11. Dynamic Push-Ups- 12
      12 Spot Sprint- 174

    • ZoeRocker

      oops, I forgot to post my scores…

      1. 10 HK/10 MC- 6
      2. 2 SJ/ 2PU/ 1 TJ- 6
      3. Plank jumps and jacks- 10
      4. Clean Press/ Squat Press/ 1 PU- 5
      5. 5 TJ/ 5 Burpee Squat Hold- 3 +5 TJ
      6. One Leg PU/ Reptile PU- 14 total
      7. Lunge Press- 10
      8. 2 Side Lunge/ LtoR Punch/ 2 TJ- 10
      9. 10SB Squats/ 10 SJ- 1 +5 SBS
      10. Diagonal Knee Touch Hops- 2 +10 (R)
      11. Dynamic Push-Ups- 12
      12 Spot Sprint- 174

  • http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html JessJN

    It makes me laugh too when someone posts that they used their kid…it’s resourceful! I bet it’s fun for the kids, too.

  • Samanthina

    Hi,guys here are my scores:
    1.-5
    2.-9
    3.-7
    4.-7
    5.-3
    6.-13
    7.-10
    8.-7
    9.-2
    10.-5
    11.-24
    12.100

    + a healing burpee for Erin and her family.
    Thank you ,Lisa-Marie for this great day 2! :)
    Good night,guys :)

  • http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html JessJN

    Lemon & tapatio (hot sauce) is good too!

  • Annebel Wind

    Hi everyone,
    Did this one today… It didn’t go very well.. Had no energie.. but I know that’s quite normal for me this f….. week.. ;D So here we go with the scores.. Hope to do better tomorrow.. Sweating like crazy though..

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers: 6
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps: 4
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps: 7
    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up: 3
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5: 3.5
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 4 (2 sets each side)
    Switch Lunge & Press: 9
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch & 2 Tuck Jumps: 5
    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 1.5
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 3 sets each side. so 6 total
    Wide leg jumps & Push up (dynamic push ups :D) 10
    Speed run: 125

    Thanx for the nice sweat! Great job Lisa.

  • Monstrosity5

    I agree with the gang. This was pretty silly and really rough to remember what set of which rep of which combo you were on.  My body and my brain are toast and it is only 5:45am.  Here are my scores…which the other thing that was really bumming me out was getting 2s and 3s on things even though it feels like you are kicking your butt..I did this two times through, and I can say the second time through was a little easier just because you are repeating the moves again – I didn’t have quite so many false starts and hesitations.  Never stopped the clock though, so if I hesitated I lost time and opportunity to make more sets – Grrrrr!!! Ouch!

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers: 6.5 – 72 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps: 5+pups – 7Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps: 8-10Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up: 4+pup – 5Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5:  3 – 3+TJsSpider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R):  4+2 pup – 5Switch Lunge & Press: 11-14Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps: 6-610 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 1+10s – 2+9sElbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 3+R+3L – 3 full setsWide leg jumps & Push up: 14-15Speed run: 163-165

  • MariaBjørgJepsen

    Forgive yourself and jump right back in again :)
    Love, Maria

  • http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html JessJN

    1/4/2012: Dedicated
    At first I was a little put off by all of the combinations, but I decided to just do the workout & see how it went.  It was so fun!  Instead of writing in my little 3×5 inch log, I brought an 8 x 11 inch paper with me so I could see what was coming up in large letters (thanks Lisa).

    ~22# in bag

    10 high knees/10 mtn climbers: 6
    2 squat jump + 2 pushups (knees) + jump tuck: 4 + 2sq/2pu 
    side/center/side plank jump + 2 plank jacks: 11
    2 push-ups (knees) + clean/press + squat/press: 4 + 1 pu
    5 jump tucks + 5 plank jump hold: 2 + 2 jump tucks
    reptile pu + 1-leg pu (on knees): 9 (i counted 1 rep as 2 pushups)
    jump lunge + press(held bag at chest): 15 (9 with bag)
    2 side lunge+2cross punch + 2 jump tucks: 7
    10 sb squat + 10 squat jumps: 1 (so sad!!)
    10 side lunch knee twist LT/RT: 2 + 7 LT
    wide leg pu(on toes) +plank jack: 12
    run in place  : ?? felt like a mile

    Bonus:
    Part 1: 20 min 10/20 skipping in 4 min increments

    Part 2: did 1 rep of each combo from the workout for time with these modifications: 2 jump lunge press ups, 2 dynamic pu+ jack, & subbed running in place with another 10 high knees/10 mtn climber.  Done in 3:42

    Part 3: 7 min abs – 10/50
    sandbag situp + press 10
    side plank bicycle RT 18
    side plank bicycle LT 20sandbag crunch (bag at ankles, knee bent 90, ankle touch): 27sandbag situp no press 16
    side crunch RT 24
    side crunch LT 24
    This was awesome!  I’m so glad I gave this workout a try.  Thanks BR Team!

  • Tammy77

    anytime girlfriend :)

  • Yashizzle

    you are a monster. in a good way. :) 

  • Annalise

    Hi Rockers,

    Happy 2012.  May it be full of health and happiness for you all.

    I am rolling with the changes and am really coming to love Lisa-Marie’s personality.  Love to Zuzana, Jess, Kyla and all who have been putting fantastic energy into the free inspiration resource that is body rock.  Freddy and Sean.  I am feeling that Freddy is actually a lovely continuous thread through it all: hooray for the cameraman (and I know he is much more than this).

    I really loved Lisa-Marie’s post and appreciated her sharing her inspiration and some of her stories.  I have also been lucky with many inspiring teachers and it is truly a humbling gift to receive, and then spread some inspiration of your own.  Good on you Lisa-Marie.

    Here’s my scores.  It is a little tricky to keep track of some things, but I was also up for the challenge.  I am ok to work with challenges.  I will give honest feedback sometimes, but I also appreciate the amazing positive energy and inspiration that is pumped into this site. I really appreciate it.

    My power word is perseverance:)

    10 High Knees & 10 M Climbers: 5.5 sets
    2 Sq Jumps & 2 Push Ups & 1 T Jump: 4 sets
    Centre and Elbow Jump L & R & 2 Leg Jumps: 13 sets
    Clean & Press & Sq & Press & Push Up: 5 sets
    5 T Jumps & 1/2 burpee: 4 sets
    Spider knee Push Up …: 8 sets
    Switch Lunge & Press Up: 13 sets
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch & 2 Tuck Jump: 6 sets
    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jump: 1 set
    Elbow to Knee Jumps 10 ea side: 2 ea side
    Wide Leg Jump …: 4 sets
    Speed Run: 56

    In the speed run I literally felt like I was going to vomit from pushing myself, so I eased off for the last twenty seconds:)

    Thanks people.  

    I have been rocking for a year!  I love it.  Thanks.

    Annalise

  • Danica

    the new BR girl is amazing, but this was far too complicated unless i spend a half hour watching the video twice. i forgot what to even do after the 3rd “exercise” …i guess i’ll just go back to the archives of older workouts because this isn’t the normal/simple bodyrock that we all were attracted to in the first place.  my workout was ruined :o( 

    • Pstania

      Hi I totaly agree I workout whit bodyrock for the last two and something years and now ther is new name (same exercise) is to complicated I like to focused on the quality form of the each exercise not wat I need to do next becouse ther is to much goin on.I did have go whit it is changing but honestly I didn’t enjoy it,ther it is to much to do in 50sec.
      I like Lisa personality and her energie so if you can do something more like Zuza sorry to compare you to her.And hope you don’t mind this criticism this is my opinion.
      One Burpee for Erin
      Thank you
      Have nice day all Bodyrockers.

  • http://www.youasamachine.com You As A Machine

    Ok. Did it. Power word: Gratitude. Grateful to all of you behind the scenes for keeping this site going. Lisa-Marie for your high energy and words in todays’ post. AND especially for all the positive BodyRockers!

    Warmed up with 10x flights of stairs by two’s + light stretches.

    I too found all the combo’s a little overwhelming to memorize, but I forged through…it’s important to experience situations outside of our comfort zone. I do prefer the simpler routines and I know I confused some of the combo’s but being exact in the exercises is not the point, but rather to do something, get the body maintenance done and get back to our life and family. 
    Let’s not get all caught up or stressed about reporting back. Just report back with what you did do which can be helpful for those just starting out.

    1. 6 Rounds- 10 High Knees + 10 Mountain Climbers
    2. 6 Rounds- 2x Squat Jumps + 2x Push Ups + 1x Jump Tuck
    3. 13 Rounds- Centre to Elbow Pike Jump (L&R) + 2x Plank Jacks
    4. 7.5 Rounds- 1x Push Up + 1x Clean & Press + Squat & Press (I messed this up)
    5. 2.5 Rounds- 5 Tuck Jumps + 5 Power Push Ups (actually did a push up each time, oops!)
    6. 8 Rounds- 1x Spider Push Up + 1x Straight leg Push Up (L&R)
    7. 16 Reps – Jump Lunge + Overhead Press with Sandbag
    8. 7 Rounds- 2x Side Lunge + L&R Side Lunge Punch + 2 Jump Tucks
    9. 1 Round + 4 Squats –  10x Squat w/Sandbag + 10x Squat Jump w/Sandbag (oops!)
    10. 3 Rounds- Elbow to Knee Jumps 10x each side
    11. 15 Rounds- 1x Plank Jack + 1x Wide Leg Push Up
    12. 164 Reps – Speed Run.

    Cool down with 4x 100 skips with rope
    45 min. Ashtanga Yoga Standing Series (including: first 12 seated postures [no vinyasa between postures] +3 Backbends + close).

    +1B4E

  • Dana Kocis

    Done day 2, with modifications – I didn’t have a pen after I’d brought all of my equipment to the downstairs locker room in our basement, so no scores, but a good workout complete! :)

  • Czerskii

    Actually, I did the fit test again, because that is where I am at.  The workout posted for the 3rd is too much for me.  I am way out of shape and need to build up slowly.  So I am doing short and simple.  Thank you for the workout…it looks like fun.  What is happening for the diet part of things, the way of eating?  Please let me know.  And if you have talked about the eating and what to eat already, please let me know where it is posted.  Thanks a lot.  Take care.  

  • Danica

    im going to do this but i need like half hour prep to study what to do and remember how to do all this….what happened to the simplicity?

    • http://www.youasamachine.com You As A Machine

      too funny.

    • Pamela

      It’s really not that hard. COme on. I just did it. It flows very nicely.

  • lUcY..

    I finally done! I watch the rutine and I think ” Can I do it?” (brutus) after I think, well it´s time to see what I made it for, and I say to me “Hey, just have fun!” It wasn´t so hard, just many moviments (cardio) but that´s all ;D
    My score was:
    -6
    -4
    -6
    -2.5
    -2
    -6
    -8 (oh my abs, I remenber I have it!)
    -6
    -1 :(
    -4
    -11
    -134 running around my room ;P
    my sandbag weight is 10 kilos
    see U tomorrow guys :D

    • lUcY..

      and 10 minutes of skipping with jump rope :D

  • Anonymous

    I will post my scores soon. Thank you Lisa-Marie for your positive attitude, enthusiasm and I definately find you inspiring.

    Just my thoughts –  It took me about an hour to try and wrap my head around the workout before actually doing it and had to keep reading over to check that I understood all the exercises I had written down. I found it to be quite complicated. I watched it many times and kept rewatching the part where the exercises were broken down but still found it hard to remember. I use an app on my phone as an interval timer so I couldnt watch it at the same time to help me along the way. I think I did ok with remembering going by what I had written down but I don’t know or think I was doing the exercises properly as there was so much to include. I personally felt there was too much included to be able to focus on form along with quantity and I think quality is equally important as quantity… Just my personal opinion.

    I’m thinking about getting a sand bag…in the pink :)

    Thank you again for time, effort and inspiring us in so many ways :)

  • MariaBjørgJepsen

    100 Push-ups for today: 20 Legs Elevated, 20 Commando, 20 Pike Press & 40 One-Arm Triceps!

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      good one Maria….depending on tomorrow’s WO, I want to try out some decline reptile PU….want to join me?

      • MariaBjørgJepsen

        I’d love to :) Those are killer!

  • Anonymous

    1 – 10 HK & 10 MC: 6 sets
    2 – 2 Squat Jumps & 2 pushups & 1 knee tuck: 5 sets
    3 – Centre to elbow jump and 2x leg jumps: 9 sets
    4 – Clean & press and squat and press and push up: 5 sets
    5 – Tuck Jump x5 & 1/2 Burpee & Squat hold x5: 2.5 sets
    6 – Spider Knee push up and straight leg push up: 8 sets
    7 – Switch Lunge and press (no weight): 25 sets
    8 – Side lunge ect ect ect : 4 sets
    9 – 10x squat & 10 squat jumps: 1 set
    10 – Elbow to knee jumps 10x each side: 50 reps
    11 – wide leg jumps and push up: 14 set
    12 – wild run: no idea ^^

    I really liked the exercises allot, esp the Clean and Press combo’s, but there is something I keep running into the last couple of weeks, and that is: I’m a perfectionist and really focusing on form to avoid injuries that I’ve had in the past. (non BR related).

    This short workout had too many different types of exercises that you only had to do 1 time. I felt like It didn’t gave me time (for instance in a round 2 or 3) to master them well enough to get the most out of the workout, esp because it’s only 12 min long. I felt like I only gave about 75% each exercise, and that frustrated me. Giving us these many in a, for example, 500 rep workout would be perfect, but for 12 min, no…. A max of 4/5 exercises is more then enough to get me to push 110% in that short amount of time.

    Nonetheless.. I really liked this workout!

  • Bodyrocker_Audra

    Try Balsamic Vinegar :)

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    welcome Gwyn, I did study this for several hours on and off last night, wrote detailed notes, checked it again this morning, did one set per to practice, and still got brain cramps from trying to do it…trying so hard to get the sequence correct I felt it detracted from my WO experience….LOL

  • Anonymous

    Hey everyone…I havent started yet I just got our internet back finally…do you think it matters that im like 3 days behind? and I still dont understand if we should be doing both sean and lisa-maries or just one? thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/IronFistGirl Tara Fox

    Zuzana has a warm up on here you  can do as she does it.  Under the warmp up tab.  Its quick and effective I use it all the time altho a new one would be great :)

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    I believe they have Saturday and Sunday as active rest, but really, do what works best for you.  I work out Tuesday thru Sunday and take Mondays off, so I’m always at least one day behind the posted work out..

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    and that’s why I had to say something….they did ask for feedback, so here it is guys and gals.  I love bodyrocking, but lets get back to some basics…please?…pretty please?….with a cherry on top?    “”””””” that’s me batting my eyelashes…..LOL

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    and that’s why I had to say something….they did ask for feedback, so here it is guys and gals.  I love bodyrocking, but lets get back to some basics…please?…pretty please?….with a cherry on top?    “”””””” that’s me batting my eyelashes…..LOL

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    and that’s why I had to say something….they did ask for feedback, so here it is guys and gals.  I love bodyrocking, but lets get back to some basics…please?…pretty please?….with a cherry on top?    “”””””” that’s me batting my eyelashes…..LOL

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    I would suggest you start out with some time challenges…you can set
    your own pace and there are lots that don’t need equipment.  One of my
    favorite for traveling is the Fierce Friday WO
    http://www.bodyrock.tv/2011/07
    it’s
    simple, and only as hard as you want it to be by pushing yourself, you
    can also make progress in your time fairly easily, so you can get a
    sense of accomplishment sooner rather than later.

    also check out this link to find WO a whole lot faster

    http://fitness.litealloy.ru/wo…[time]=&search[tags][]=no+equipment&commit=Go!

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    I would suggest you start out with some time challenges…you can set your own pace and there are lots that don’t need equipment.  One of my favorite for traveling is the Fierce Friday WO
    http://www.bodyrock.tv/2011/07/01/fierce-friday-workout/
    it’s simple, and only as hard as you want it to be by pushing yourself, you can also make progress in your time fairly easily, so you can get a sense of accomplishment sooner rather than later.

    also check out this link to find WO a whole lot faster

    http://fitness.litealloy.ru/workouts/tags?utf8=%E2%9C%93&searchtime=&searchtags=no+equipment&commit=Go!

  • Janessa Reimer

    Gosh this workout intimidated me at first! But i just pushed on….and it was great! awesome workout! my scores:
    6 rounds
    4 rounds
    8 rounds
    5 rounds
    2.5 rounds
    15 pushups
    22 switch lunges
    8 rounds
    2.5 rounds
    50 each side
    14 wide leg jump pushups
    speed run 182
    can’t wait for the next one!

  • Anonymous

    Umm, okay, I kinda chickened out when I saw how complex these combos were. I’m usually brainwashed after a day at work so I am saving this workout for the weekend and I did another one (Cut The Cheese, LOL) instead.

  • Charlie D.

    Whoo!  That was good hard work!  Thanks a ton!  Here are my scores

    1. 6 rounds + 3 high knees
    2. 4 rounds
    3. 11 rounds plus one extra jump
    4. 4 rounds
    5. 4 rounds + one tuck jump
    6. 12 total pushups
    7. 15 (ok – there was about a twenty second break before this round where I paused the timer because I couldn’t read my handwriting and didn’t know what to do next)
    8. 6 rounds
    9. 1 round + 3 squats
    10. maybe 4 rounds?  Lost count
    11. 12 total pushups
    12. pretty speedy…

  • Charlie D.

    Whoo!  That was good hard work!  Thanks a ton!  Here are my scores

    1. 6 rounds + 3 high knees
    2. 4 rounds
    3. 11 rounds plus one extra jump
    4. 4 rounds
    5. 4 rounds + one tuck jump
    6. 12 total pushups
    7. 15 (ok – there was about a twenty second break before this round where I paused the timer because I couldn’t read my handwriting and didn’t know what to do next)
    8. 6 rounds
    9. 1 round + 3 squats
    10. maybe 4 rounds?  Lost count
    11. 12 total pushups
    12. pretty speedy…

  • Anonymous

    Just got done with this one. Lisa, I gotta say, I love what you have brought to BodyRock.  You are inspirational, peppy, happy, funny, and your enthusiasm is contiguous.  That being said, here are my humble thoughts on today’s workout:
         You say in the video that you are very familiar with all these moves, but I’m certainly not, and that affected my performance.  I left this workout with a feeling of disappointment, NOT in you, but in me.  I realize that I must have done a few of these wrong,my form was WAY off and I think its just too many complicated moves one after another all combined into one rep…I lost track of my reps so many times because there was just too much to count.  I’m not being negative, but you asked for our thoughts, so here they are.  I was so focused on the moves, that I lost focus of HOW to do the moves.  That being said, I’m typing dripping in sweat, so I got a good workout, but I think if I ever revisit this, I will take 4 of the exercises, and just repeat them 3 times…or maybe take 6 of the exercises and repeat them 2 times.  

    Thank you to all the BodyRock team that make these videos possible.  You really are inspiring, ALL of you!  

  • Anonymous

    Just got done with this one. Lisa, I gotta say, I love what you have brought to BodyRock.  You are inspirational, peppy, happy, funny, and your enthusiasm is contiguous.  That being said, here are my humble thoughts on today’s workout:
         You say in the video that you are very familiar with all these moves, but I’m certainly not, and that affected my performance.  I left this workout with a feeling of disappointment, NOT in you, but in me.  I realize that I must have done a few of these wrong,my form was WAY off and I think its just too many complicated moves one after another all combined into one rep…I lost track of my reps so many times because there was just too much to count.  I’m not being negative, but you asked for our thoughts, so here they are.  I was so focused on the moves, that I lost focus of HOW to do the moves.  That being said, I’m typing dripping in sweat, so I got a good workout, but I think if I ever revisit this, I will take 4 of the exercises, and just repeat them 3 times…or maybe take 6 of the exercises and repeat them 2 times.  

    Thank you to all the BodyRock team that make these videos possible.  You really are inspiring, ALL of you!  

  • Mmghia

    go to: fitness.litealloy.ru/workouts/tags  these are all the bodyrock workouts.  You can look up workouts according to time or equipment or cardio or time challenges.  It’s an awesome site.  Dont give up!! Brutus is working aganist you.  The workouts are connected to the videos.  Just remember to make the workouts work for you.  I have recently injured my shoulder and now I have to really limit arm exercises so it’s all legs for a while but I’m not going to sit around or wait until I feel 100% im going to do what I can!!!

    • Eleni Greekteach

      I agree, this is a GREAT site that a fellow BR made.  I’ve been BR-ing for3 years and find this site useful, especially if I missed a workout & can’t find it on the site.  The great part is; it’s organized by time length and accessories!

      To “get started” just do what you can, whether it’s # of reps or getting through part of a workout.  Starting is getting you further than not starting, right?!  So start somewhere then move forward.

  • http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage.asp?id=VW_STEPH Stephanie

    I did that for this work out! :D

  • Mmghia

    DONT GIVE UP!!! find an older workout and make it work for you.
    DONT GIVE UP!! take todays workout and just do one exercise instead of three. DONT GIVE UP!!  

  • Jill Hobbs

    I agree with some of the other comments about the moves being too complicated. I do like the combos but there are a lot of new ones in this workout. I might repeat some of the combos in place of some so it’s less complicated. I would prefer introducing one or two new combos in a workout. I really enjoy the workouts with cycling through a circuit 2-4 times and miss seeing those as of late. I am still loving Lisa-Marie and her energy!

  • Ksimeons

    Love Lisa Marie’s routines and manner – but a tiny bit simpler combos would help me push harder. Could not concentrate very well on counting so going to focus on how much easier it gets to do these and also to improve form as on some it was distinctly dodgy. Very grateful for this as am on week 9 of torn ankle ligaments and cannot do my usual longer duration higher impact stuff!

  • Mon

    I have to say this workout killed me halfway through. I am absolutely new to bodyrocking and doing these workouts at GMT +1, early night. I rather watch 3 or 4 exercises on the video and then repeat them 3 or 4 times. Less video to watch, pause, repeat, watch again and less to remember moving from one to the next exercise.
    I am dripping with sweat though, so I guess that is good.

  • lategates

    Love that you are providing incentive and workouts for us.  Complicated and quantity is not necessarily better though.  When it gets too hard for experienced bodyrockers to even be able to figure out how to count their reps so that they can post them on the site – then things are gettting too complicated.  Why have ten different exercises when you could have 5 and repeat them twice?  Already some of the people i have encouraged to start with this are not doing it because their ’12 minute workout’ is turning into an hour because they have to spend 30 mins watching and re-watching the video to figure out the exercises.  These aren’t complaints – just observations.

  • Cat Bates

    I’ll be honest, when I watched the video in preparation last night, I was SCARED!!!  But then I decided that my word for the day would be DETERMINATION.  And that got me through :).  Day 2 scores:
    1) 10 high knees + 10 mountain climbers: 4
    2) 2 x squat jumps + 2 x push ups + 1 tuck jump: 4
    3) Centre to elbow jump & 2 jump outs (modified no jump): 4 1/2
    4) Modified to push up + 2 x jump squat: 5
    5) 5 x tuck jump + 5x 1/2 burpee & hold: 1 1/2 
    6) modified to cross leg push up on knees: 22
    7) switch lunge & press: 16
    8) 2 x side lunge + 2 x side punch + 2 x tuck jump: 5
    9) 10 x squat + 10 x squat jumps: 1 + 6 squats
    10) 10 x elbox to knee jumps per side: 2 + 4 left side
    11) Modified to prisoner squat jumps: 43
    12) sprint running: didn’t count, just ran like hell :)

    As I said, I was so scared when I saw the video, but had my word with me the whole time and, while my scores are not even remotely near the best, I DID IT!!!!  That’s the part that feels so amazing when I’m done! Can’t wait until tomorrow :)

  • Anonymous

    I would reccomend you talk to the doctor, as we cannot give you best advice without more knowledge…
    Proper form is the most important and as soon as you get joint pain you should stop…
    hope this helps – good luck!

  • Anonymous

    I really like your post, congratulation on getting up and going and I am sure you didn’t regret it :)

  • Anonymous

    first of all, thanks Lisa Marie for sharing! you do inspire lot of us…
    My word for today is HEALTH
    here my scores with 10kg sandbag
    1)5
    2)4,5
    3)8
    4)4
    5)3
    6)6
    7)9
    8)5,5
    9)1
    10)4
    11)13
    12)143
    looking forward to tomorrow!

  • Kendra Lee Oberhauser

    Yay!!! I’m sure you weren’t the only “one person.”  It feels so good to have done it, doesn’t it?  sometimes my only motivation is knowing how great I’ll feel–physically and emotionally–but it does the trick.  
    happy BodyRocking!!! 

  • Chris Lee

    Whoo!  That was a KILLER!  once i figured out the sequences, that is!

    rd 1: 7
    rd 2: 7
    rd 3. 11
    rd 4: 5+1 pushup
    rd 5: 3
    rd 6: 26
    rd 7: 14
    rd 8: 6+2 side lunge
    rd 9: 1+1 squat
    rd 10: 3 sets+5
    rd 11: 21
    rd 12: 161

    pushups today:
    dive bomber 20
    wall-assisted handstand: 10
    sideways towel slide: 10
    fwd towel slide: 20
    charles atlas: 20
    scorpio: 20

    finished with the “abs slicer” from vegancalisthen-x.com

    mtn sprints 30sec
    dbl crunch 15
    mtn sprints 30 sec
    dbl tap twist crunch L 15
    mtn sprints 30sec
    dbl tap twist crunch R 15
    mtn sprints 30 sec
    seated knee tuck 15
    mtn sprints 30 sec
    flutter kick 100
    mtn sprints 30 sec
    crunch hold 30 sec

    chris

  • http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage.asp?id=VW_STEPH Stephanie

    Phewy! Well Lisa-Marie, I want you to know that you certainly achieved your goal of inspiration on me today! 
    The combo’s were a little complicated, but I found after writing them all down, watching the vid, pausing the vid and copying, then watching again, and doing again… okay a little time consuming for some people but after about 20 mins I was ready to start the workout. 

    Scores on the doors~ (Numbers are per full combo set) ~
    -10 High Knee + 10 Mountain Climbers = 5
    -2 x Squat Jump + 2 Pushup + Tuck = 4 + 2sj
    -Centre to Elbow Jump L&R x2 = 9
    – Clean+Press+Squat+Press+Pushup = 5 
    -5xTuck + 0.5Burpee + Holdx5 = 2   (Yeah, FELT that)
    -Spider Knee&Straight Pushup = 6
    -Switch Lunge&Press = 6 with 14kg, 9 w/o weight.
    -Side Lunge x2 + L+R Punch + 2Tuck = 7  (This was fun!)
    -10xSquat + 10xSquat Jump = 1 + 2sj
    -Elbow to Knee Jumps x10 Per side = 3 sets + 8
    -Plank Jump+Pushup = 11   (Likey!)
    -Speed Run – 167

    I feel my numbers are very low, but I promise I pushed as hard as I could!

    After today’s “Start up Cardio” I can only say I am terrified for the “Intense” and then “Extreme” cardio workouts, hehe! Still, I shall be here every day, STAYING WITH YOU! 

    Something I am looking forward to apart from the workouts is food tips and ideas. Are those coming up?

    Many thanks. Go Team UK! :D 

  • Catsnp

    This workout was amazingly sweaty :) Here are my scores.
    1.4 sets
    2.3
    3.7
    4.3
    5.1 set
    6.10 from knees
    7.10
    8.5
    9.1 set
    10.4
    11.15 mod
    12.went all out
    This one looked intimidating but once I got started it went by fast. Thank you :)

  • Robin L.

    Good Gawd, girl! )

  • Tori

    This was a sweaty workout.  I agree with the complicated moves.  It makes it difficult to remember.  It wouldn’t be so bad if there were only 3 or four of those moves and just repeated them during the 12 minutes (That’s what I did with the Christmas workouts.  I repeated the four minutes). However, I did get my heart rate up pretty high.  I feel like I got a pretty good burn.

  • Anonymous

    LMAO, great one , I’ll use it today!!!
    I must agree, its a bit complicated, I’m glad I’m not a beginner, I would skip this one.
    That being said , I was worried for being too confused so I set my timer for 17 sec rest, so I have time to read my next move. And I didn’t have to worry about remembering all exercises.
    IT WORKED GREAT!!!!! TRY IT GUYS, longer rest period , I’m sure next time it will get easier
    6 sets& 3HK
    7
    11
    6
    4
    14sets
    13sets
    7 s
    1 & 1/2 sets
    2
    19
    165
    LMAO

  • http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html JessJN

    I can’t wait to do this after running errands!  I am a day behind.  My lunchtime workout routine is suffering due to staffing issues at work. I will have to get creative with my schedule again.

    For any new people out there that want a beginner guide, there are two on this site.  I made my own with tons of links (including links to the those two BR beginner guides), explanations of the workout structures, equipment substitution ideas, & other answers to questions frequently posted but not really addresses in 1 place on the site.  If you want to check it out, click this link: http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html, or my name above.  Please feel free to give me feedback if you think something is wrong, missing, or could be better explained.  :)

  • Beatrice

    looking forward to it–i probably just won’t write my scores down though, given everyone’s comments lol
    it does seem a bit complicated though. i’m doing the 30 day challenge with a bodyrock beginner and i’m worried the details might turn him off. perhaps more simplified but as-affective workouts in the future?
    my word/s of the day: “Lisa-Marie’s abs”
    :-p

  • http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html JessJN

    Always focus on form rather than speed, but don’t drop the timer.  As you get stronger, you’ll get faster.  When I started, I used to do about 95 high knees in 50 sec.  I remember seeing 100+ scores & not understanding how others move so fast.  Not I do about 130 high knees in 50 sec. Without the timer & logging reps, I would never have known!   If you stick with it you’ll get faster, & your performance within thos 50 sec will show that to you.

    An alternative for you could be to count reps, like you said, but run the clock as a regular stop watch to see how long it takes you to complete a certain number of reps.

  • http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html JessJN

    At either home or the gym, these are thing people have used:

    kitty litter
    duffel bag
    dumbbells
    a child
    kettleball 
    barbell
    homemade one by a bodyrocker: http://www.bodyrock.tv/2011/02/04/home-made-sandbag-by-bodyrocker-katie-team-colorado/

    Filling materials for homemade or bought: Sand, rocks, rice, salt.  Salt is cheap & compact.  I paid $6 for 25# at smart & final.  I split it into 6 baggies for easy weight adjustment).

  • GoustiFruit

    The problem is, this is a worldwide community so what do you call “evening” when at any moment of the day, people are waking up on one side of Earth and going to bed on the other side ?
    Don’t take the evening thing as an excuse, it doesn’t matter if you do a workout a couple minutes after it has been posted or only the next day because of time laps. What’s important is to do it. “Just do it” as they say ;-)

    But… I agree with you on the time spent preparing your cheat sheet, I also spend at least 30 minutes everyday to sketch all the exercises while watching/pausing the video multiple times, in order to get it right when I’ll do them… What would be top notch is to have a cheat sheet here with each workout, maybe with minimal instructions, that we would just print and fill with our scores/times… Hmm, maybe someday I’ll try to do something…

  • Bodyrocker_Audra

    Hi Julie!  Lisa has been posting her daily eating habits on her FB page.  

  • Bodyrocker_Audra

    Wow!  I’m loving all the new Bodyrocker’s!  Never give up and keep coming back everyday!  You will improve and get fit!  I did and so can you! 

    This was a tad complicated for me lol.  Bit of a brain teaser!  Got it done tho, no excuses… My word of the day: DEDICATION

    1)  10HK’s/10MK’s:                                      8
    2)  2SquatJumps/2PU’s/1JumpTuck:          7
    3)  L&RPlankTucks+2PlankJacks:              11
    4)  30lbPU/Clean&Press/Squat&Press:       5
    5)  5JumpTucks/5 1/2BurpeePowerups:      5
    6)  OneLegPU&ReptilePU:                          8
    7)  30lbJumpLunge&Press:                         13
    8)  SJLPunchJumpTuckCombo:                  8
    9)  30lbSquats&SquatJumps:                      2 
    10)  Elbow to Knee Jumps:                         3.5
    11)  Dynamic PushUp:                                14
    12)  Speed Run:                                          204

    I’ve got to work on my upper body strength.  So, I’m back on my 3-4 day weight training routine.
    If this is only day 2 then, I have a feeling we are in for a real treat in the next 28 days, or a world of hurt lol! 

     

    • http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage.asp?id=VW_STEPH Stephanie

      Amazing numbers! I feel the same, I’m scared of what’s to come hehe! We can all rock it together though! 

  • http://twitter.com/GabayC Gabija D.C.

    1. – 5
    2. – 4
    3. – 7
    4. – 4
    5. – 2
    6. – 7
    7. – 12
    8. – 4.5 – apparently I only did one tuck jump
    9. – 1
    10. – 2 (20 per leg)
    11. – 10
    12. – not counted

  • Bodyrock Addict

    I write the exercises on a white board so it’s easy for me to see the exercise while i’m doing them as I can read at the same time.  I used to write it on my wardrobe mirror :) 
    This was rather complicated but I wrote it all over again using Zuzana talk and my own explanations..saves my brain having to work any harder LOL. I’m finding some names are changing eg…switch lunge AKA jump lunge…   Hope this helps!!
    xxxx

    • Bodyrocker_Audra

      I love the white board idea! 

      • Anonymous

        I do that too!

  • http://aphrodiitee.deviantart.com/ Isidora

    Use this timer: http://www.beach-fitness.com/tabata  or download one to your cellphone. And it doesnt matter if you dont have a sandbag! Use bodyweight!!! Just do it! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/kendra.oberhauser Kendra Lee Oberhauser

    Ok, I messed up on this one becuase I thought I wrote them all down and I did not–I only wrote 10 down and then I think I got distracted showing my boyfriend what the moves are.  So I did them all in a row up until the 10 squats/10 squat jumps, and then I thought I was done so I did running in place, and then the interval after that I remembered the dynamic push (that’s what Z called them).  I set my timer for 13 intervals because I did one interval ahead of my boyfriend, so I didn’t expect the timer to be up, but then when I saw that at his last interval there was still one more I remembered the elbow knee tuck thing.  So I did the last few out of order, and I had a minute rest before the knee tuck thing.

    35lb sandbag.  Subbed squat jumps for tuck jumps so the  neighbors won’t be mad at me. 

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers: 6 sets2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps: 6.5 setsCentre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps: 9 setsClean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up: 4 setsTuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5: 3 setsSpider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 18 push upsSwitch Lunge & Press: 6 regular/8 bodyweight jump lungesSide Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps: 7 sets10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 23 squatsSpeed run: 175 stepsWide leg jumps & Push up: 17 push ups Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 50 reps totalThis workout was a great and effective one, but I really did not like it.  My boyfriend and I both like it when the moves repeat–especially when they’re so complicated.  This one took more time to learn than to actually do, and it was very confusing.  But don’t get me wrong–it WORKED me!  So thank you, and this is just a small request to maybe have less exercises when they’re so complicated.  That way, we can cycle through and improve on form each time we do them rather than flail through.I miss you Zuzana!  Please come back and join this wonderful team.  You are all so incredible–Freddy, thank you for all your hard work and determinatino to keep this going–it’s really hard being behind the scenes and being the one actually making this work, and to do that SUCCESSFULLY, I know (I’m in theatre–the people behind the scenes put so much blood and guts into a project, and they never get recognized).  Lisa Marie, thank you for your boundless enthusiasm and general kick-assedness, and Sean thank YOU for your down to earth charm, expertise, and for showing my boyfriend that BRing is for men, too!  Love to you all today. :)

  • Anonymous

    1. – 6

    2. – 5

    3. – 5

    4. – 5

    5. – 1 + 5 Tuck jumps and 3 Halfburpees

    6. – 7 from knees

    7. – 12

    8. – 4

    9. – 1 + 5 Squats

    10. – 14 per Leg , so almost1 1/2 sets

    11. – 5 proper ones and then 10 normal PU from knees

    12. – not counted

  • Anonymous

    i also have bad knees from running and i guess when starting to body rock i didny really pay attention to my form while doing the squat and such.. i think that you should pay attention to the modification Lisa-Marie’s showing in the videos and also i try to focus on the muscle that needs to get the work in the exercise and push from there- it helped me.

  • Anonymous

    i also have bad knees from running and i guess when starting to body rock i didny really pay attention to my form while doing the squat and such.. i think that you should pay attention to the modification Lisa-Marie’s showing in the videos and also i try to focus on the muscle that needs to get the work in the exercise and push from there- it helped me.

  • Anonymous

    hi!
    thanks so much for the workout. this left me breathless but i have to agree with some others who wrote that it’s just too complicated. i couldn’t manage to aim for max reps because i was too busy thinking whats the next move in the exercise.. this was a bit annoying.. one more thing i wanted to ask is if it’s possible to specify what counts as one rep because it’s not clear (to me anyway.. :)}
    my reps for the fit test: 
    squat jumps- 35
    push ups- 18
    burpess- 13
    high knees- 82
    jump lunges- 21
    jump tucks- 11
    straight abs- 9

    and for the workout:
    1- 5
    2- 5.5
    3- 15
    4- 3 
    5- 2
    6- 12
    7- 11
    8- 8
    9- 1
    10- 2 (twice each side)
    11- 16
    12- 140

  • Anonymous

    I love this workout. Yeah, you have to watch the video to really get it down, but once you’ve done it, you’ve got it. It’s definitely going in my book as one to go to when I’m in a fix to do a quick break-a-sweat work out that’s easy to remember the exercises.

  • ۞ BodyRocker ♥ Beth ۞

    Im watching the video & falling asleep :(

  • Anonymous

    I have a simple question about the protein fat loss powder. I don’t know if I have to take just Protein Powder or a supplement with fat loss support. I am really not fat… but I have some fat to loose. Do I just need to do more cardio? :) 

    Sorry for my english! I am from french Canada. I do my best ahah. :)

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    all done….gotta say, I think these routines are getting needlessly complicated…don’t mind one maybe two combo moves, but when it’s almost every one and they are 3 to 6 moves per….come one guys..I want to exercise my body, not my brain at 5:30 in the morning…..LOL….and hey, you asked, I’m telling you how I feel.  It’s almost imposable to count reps on these too.  I had books lined up on the floor that I kicked or pushed aside for each “rep”…but then I had to push pause, refresh my counter books, write down my reps, look at the next crazy combo, and go again…I’d say it added an extra 10 to 12 seconds per rest break even though I was trying not to stop too long …… I’m sure I’m not the only one that did this….any way, my reps…27.5 lb SB

    1/ high knees/mountain runner 6 full sets plus 10 high knees and 7 mountain runners
    2/ 2 jump squat/2 PU/ JKT 6 full sets plus 2 jump squat
    3/ plank jack jump thingy 12 full sets
    4/ SB PU/clean press/squat press 6 full sets
    5/ JKT/1/2 burpee hold 3 sets plus 2 JKT
    6/  one leg PU/reptile PU per leg 14 ….so 28 PU total
    7/ JL w/SB press 14 w/press 8 holding SB
    8/ lunge/punch/JKT combo 10
    9/ SB squat/jump squat…I think I only did 1 complete set plus 10 SB squat and 5 jump squat?
    10/ cross knee jumping strikes  63 total moves, so 3 sets per side plus 3
    11/ dynamic PU 29
    12/ speed run 177

    like I said ….too complicated

    my PU for today, sets of 20

    reptile
    tapping
    walking
    decline
    10 rounds 10/20 HKS
    super wide
    60 froggie crunches

    have a great day everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/FitMindy?feature=mhum Mindy McT

      Agreed.

    • Anonymous

      I had to change my rest interval to 15 second, 10 sedcond was not enough to write down my reps and read the next exercise.

      • Anonymous

        I did the same thing. Also, I felt that I could’t properly focus on my reps the first time so I just did it all over again. 

    • Nai

      I have to agree. It’s getting far too complicated and it could be demotivating  for beginner bodyrockers. If I faced this when I started it would really intimidate me. Think you guys need to think a bit more about this!
      Don’t get me wrong I love bodyrocking and this is a great plan to get the new year started…just simplify it. Sometimes its the most simplest exercises that can be the most effective.
      Lets go back to basics, its worked so far. Have the funky combos as a bonus.

      Hope everyone has started their new year well?

      2012 is gonna the best year yet!!

      My word for the day is  WHOOOOOOOT! (said in excited, train horn like tone!)

      Peace and love and lots of WHOOOOOOOT

      xxx

      • Kendra Lee Oberhauser

        I agree!  Simple is much more effective.  I like the complicated moves for some–for instance, I’ve learned to love the clean, press, squat and press. However, I think the squat round would have been much better if it was just good ol’ sandbag squats rather than having to switch to jump squats.  

        The other way to go, like I said in my post, is not to have 12 different moves, but maybe just 4 and then we cycle through 3 times.

        I love the imagination, though!  It keeps it interesting.  Just don’t forget where BodyRock came from.  I don’t like even to see “jump lunges” called “switch lunges”–with Z’s disappearance it makes it feel further and further from the BodyRock I fell in love with.

        So, in conclusion, I personally would love the complicated moves mixed up with some much simpler ones in the future.  I also miss the concentration on form–I feel that it’s getting lost in the mix, but with simpler moves I think that would fix some of it.

        Great job, guys!!! Can’t wait for today’s workouts!  I’m all ready!

      • Tim

        Disagree. There are modifications you can do if you can’t so exactly what she is doing. Do what you can, she even says it. Challenge yourself and push harder. The reason many of us are here is because we are all out of shape from years of not challenging ourselves and taking the easy road. Go bust some ass!

    • Chris Lee

      wow, great numbers, gerri lee!  looks like the pushup party is paying off!  what are tapping pushups?

      • Gerri Lee Schafer

        Thanks Chris, your numbers are pretty damn good too. Tapping PU are when you lift your hand and tap the opposite shoulder, alternating arms. I used to be able to do 50 plus PU without stopping…I’m glad Bonnie wanted to join me to build strength up. I have to get back into Pu mode for when my nephews visit from Germany….they always want to challenge me….they haven’t come close and they are 19 and 21 :-)

      • Gerri Lee Schafer

        keep on meaning to ask you Chris….how much weight are you using when you do weighted PU? and how are you elevating when you say one leg, one arm elevated PU? and when you do a wall assist PU, do you do a hand stand against the wall, or do you “walk” up the wall from the other direction? thanks

        • Chris Lee

          hi gerri lee. for the weighted pushups i just balance my sandbag on my back. 15kg. for the elevated pushups i put the same side leg and arm on the sill going out the sliding door – about 10″. it would probably work the same on a wide stair. it’s a little different feeling from just elevating one hand or one leg. for the handstand pushups i do a handstand against the wall and go from there.

          chris

          • Gerri Lee Schafer

            hmmm, not sure I have a place I can elevate both arm and leg….will check it out after I get home from work…of course i do have a space here I could do that, the “lip” in the beer making section would work,just measured it, 8 inches…it’s rough concrete though…will try it in a few minutes after this customer has left….good thing I got my winter gloves with me to protect my hands…LOL

            • Gerri Lee Schafer

              yup that works…does work different muscle groups doesn’t it…might have to pencil in these once or twice a week at work…so my PU total for today is now 140

    • Nicole Tmy

      I agree that they were complicated but I enjoyed it for that reason? I love a challenge and to overcome the complexity of the moves I started by warming up first then watching the video again and actually having a few goes at it first, as in do 1 rep of each exercise to get myself familiar with it so that I won’t get myself lost when I was doing the actual exercise and it worked for me. Just wished the exercises had names (star push up instead of wide leg and push up) love you lisa! x

    • Kim

      I agree!  This workouts are getting a little too complicated with trying to remember what the heck I am supposed to be doing.  A major turn off for me…I will just go do some of the old ones instead. 

    • Charlie D.

      I love it!!  I get bored so easily – it would have been hard to motivate for today’s workout had it just been a pile of burpees or something.  This was fun!

    • Charlie D.

      I love it!!  I get bored so easily – it would have been hard to motivate for today’s workout had it just been a pile of burpees or something.  This was fun!

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      I’m so pumped….my husband just told me he is joining the PU challenge!!!!!!  He did 50 yesterday and only has 10 more to do today to get to 100….whoot whoot……this just makes me so happy…     :-D

      • BodyRocker_Bonnie

        whoooooooooooo hooooooooo!!!

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      I’m so pumped….my husband just told me he is joining the PU challenge!!!!!!  He did 50 yesterday and only has 10 more to do today to get to 100….whoot whoot……this just makes me so happy…     :-D

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      I’m so pumped….my husband just told me he is joining the PU challenge!!!!!!  He did 50 yesterday and only has 10 more to do today to get to 100….whoot whoot……this just makes me so happy…     :-D

    • Elena Ioan

      Hello! I understand that the combos are sometime confusing, but personally, I like it. :) I find the the time flyes when doing them! :) Even if I’m not always able to count the reps as well as I should… But I look at this like an extra challeng: the workout will rock my concentration as well as my body! And I just need a couple of minutes more, before doing the worktout, to make sure I got everythig right, and after that, I’m ready to go. :) And I like to think that my concentration, in general, is getting better because my mind has to work fast, while bodyrocking… :) But, I confess, I do my workouts in the evening, after my day at the office… so I can understand that in the morning, a combo is not exactly appealing… :) That’s why mornings, I always do just the 4 minutes pre-breakfast workout. :)

      • Gerri Lee Schafer

        I don’t mind one or two combos, just not 12 different ones…these are supposed to be short intense WO’s, if it takes an hour plus to try to get the moves down and write out the routine……I WO in the am…that’s the only time I have to do it. I just wanted to voice an opinion that many seem to share.

  • Mary Lou

    Well I am certainly ‘sucking my socks’ now. Wow on the intensity scale, and I agree it can get kind of confusing with the combo moves, but I can’t argue with the results. I can feel ‘new’ parts of my body and I can hear Brutus whimpering in the corner…
    1.) 5 rounds
    2.) 3 + 2 squat jumps
    3.) 8 rounds
    4.) 3 rounds
    5.) 3 rounds
    6.) 10 altogether
    7.) 7 rounds
    8.) 1 round
    9.) 2 rounds
    10.) 11
    12.) 170

  • Lenka Slovakia

    Power word: New experience- supposed to be riden on motorbike but the guy didnt show up and not responding, i just hope hope nothing is wrong… Did day 1, day 2 to  today plus 500 skips in 8 min.. great w.o thanks Lisa, really really like you, you are very simpatick… Like your personaliy energy, you do great job…
    As everybody are wondering pls let us know what is with Zuzi, i am honestly she is not here anymore… But i try to aceppted, just wanted to let you know that i miss her… Miss you ZUZI!:} hope you are ok.
    1) 10 High Knees & 10 Mountain Climbers: did only HN my mistake:140
    2) 2 Squat Jumps, 2 Push-ups & 1 Jump Tuck: 3
    3) Side Plank Jumps & 2 Plank Jack Jumps: 7
    4) Clean & Press, Squat & Press & Push-up: 3.5
    5) 5 Jump Tucks & 5 Half Burpee Hold: 1
    6) Spider & Leg Lift Push-ups:7 (only3-proper form)
    7)  Switch Lunges=Press: 11
    8) 2 Side Jump Lunge, 2 Side Punch & 2 Jump Tucks:think 7-cant read after myself:}
    9) 10 Squats & 10 Jump Squats: 1
    10) Elbow to Knee Jumps: 40 (20 each leg)
    11) Plank Jack Push-ups: 5proper 12 modi-17 together
    12) Speed Run: 160
    Have a nice day

  • irreverend

    my scores:

    4
    5
    9
    7
    4.5
    12
    14
    11
    3
    3.25
    14
    88

  • Anonymous

    Awesome WO. Here are my scores. I change the rest interval to 15 second, 10 second is too short to write score and read the next exercise.

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers   5 sets & 5 high knees
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps  5
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps  9.5
    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up  4 sets & 2 push ups
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5   3
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R)  18 (counted each push up 1)
    Switch Lunge & Press   15
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps  5
    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps   1.5
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side  4(without the jump)
    Wide leg jumps & Push up     18
    Speed run   180

    Add my 100 pu. 20 dive bombers,20 reverse pu,20 elevated pu, 20 monkey pu and 20 pike press pu

    Have a wonderful day all…

  • Annebel Wind

    Hi everyone, will try this one later this afternoon.. Do not feel so well today.. So will see when I am home.. Had a bad night last night, didn’t  sleep well.. Also my weak week of the month.. And the worst day of it.. ;D  As more women know probably.. Well will give it a go later..
    Thank you Liza it looks like fun. Your sharing is really nice.. Inspiration is important in everybody’s life.. It gives you a goal, hope to want something better and knowing things are posible when you focus on what you want. I will share my scores with all you guys later today.. Love for all of you bodyrockers.. And my power word is strong! (be strong in my head, but that two words.. :D)

  • GoustiFruit

    So many different moves, only a few seconds to read the log and adapt… I think I won’t write my scores today and only focus on the performance… After all, what matters in the end is to progress in the Fit Test !?

  • Dawn

    My numbers in sets:

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers::2.5
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps::4
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps::6
    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up::3
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5::2.5
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R)::2.25
    Switch Lunge & Press::6.5
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps::6
    10 x Squat (w/ sandbag) & 10 x Squat Jumps::1.3
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side::2.5
    Wide leg jumps & Push up::10
    Speed run::70

    I think you guys should define what counts as one set so we can all have uniform numbers… for example the 10 x Squat (w/ sandbag) & 10 x Squat Jumps, I counted one set as 10 squats and 10 jumps, some people may count that as 20…

  • Dawn

    My numbers in sets:

    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers::2.5
    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps::4
    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps::6
    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up::3
    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5::2.5
    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R)::2.25
    Switch Lunge & Press::6.5
    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps::6
    10 x Squat (w/ sandbag) & 10 x Squat Jumps::1.3
    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side::2.5
    Wide leg jumps & Push up::10
    Speed run::70

    I think you guys should define what counts as one set so we can all have uniform numbers… for example the 10 x Squat (w/ sandbag) & 10 x Squat Jumps, I counted one set as 10 squats and 10 jumps, some people may count that as 20…

  • Dawn

    I agree as well

  • Vivi

    My score for day 2

    1/7
    2/ 13
    3/ 11
    4/ 7
    5/ 4
    6/ 14
    7/ 17
    8/ 11
    9/ 2
    10/ 4
    11/ 26
    12/ 250

    Maria where is your score??? You will not have difficulty to beat me today :p mainly with all these legs’ exercises, with which one you are a killer !!!

    Great sweat !! <3 <3

    • Vivi

      For exercise 6  set = 1PU+1Reptile PU
      For exercise 10 1 set : 10 leg L +10 leg R

    • MariaBjørgJepsen

      How the h… can you get 13 in no. 2? Incredible :) Awesome scores sweety!!!! You INSPIRE me today like always.
      Love, Maria

      • Vivi

        you gave me a doubt….and of course there is a mistake ! the difference is too much important. I didn’t have my log with me, but I think I forgot the PU !

        • Anonymous

          you 2 are crazy!!!! :)))))))

    • MariaBjørgJepsen

      How the h… can you get 13 in no. 2? Incredible :) Awesome scores sweety!!!! You INSPIRE me today like always.
      Love, Maria

  • Anonymous

    Just finished my workout. so disappointed from my self. its a month + since im back working out after 9 months of rest from my back injury, and i fell so  weak, my muscles 

     are still weak and my body changed and i extra pounds and fat in places i did not have before. i still get worried i  might get back problems again. I FELL ALIVE WHEN I WORKOUT. and its was so hard not to do that for so long. anyway here are my numbers for this workout.

    1) 7.5 
    2) 5
    3) 4 
    4) 4
    5) 2.5
    6) 7
    7) 10
    8) 8
    9) 2.5
    10) 70
    11) 6
    12) 170

  • Kathy_Bodyrock

  • Kathy_Bodyrock

    yay, 2nd day … looove it, that was a really sweaty workout – it feels sooo gooooood :) hihi!
    this is a fantastic idea with the “word of the day” … my WOTD is “just do it!”

    my scores (all exercises with proper form, SB=11kg):
    1. 10HK+10 MC: 7 sets
    2. 2 SJ+2PU+1TJ: 4 sets
    3. Centre to elbow jump (L+R)+2 leg-jumps: 8 sets
    4. Clean+Press+Squat+Press+2PU: 4 sets
    5. 5TJ+5Halfburpee-Squat+hold: 3 sets
    6. Spider Knee PU + Straight Leg PU (L+R): 5 sets
    7. JL + Press: 10 sets
    8. 2Side Lunge+L/R Side Punch+2TJ: 7 sets (I love this exercise)
    9. 10Squats+10JumpSquats: 1 set (that was a killer)
    10. 10/sideElbow to Knee jumps: 4 sets (2 sets/side)
    11. Wide leg jumps+PU: 16
    12. Speed run: 160

    + Burpee for Erin <3

    thank you guys! :)

  • Zmonky

    Lisa-Marie, you are absolutely insane, Ilove your attitude and your ideas, you do a very good job here in BodyRockTv. I think my word would be change, because I absolutely need it in almost every area of my life, so it’s gonna be a good motivator. 
    And of course, I am curious too what happened to Zuzana and how she’s doing, hope she’ll let us know soon.
    Cheers from Romania!

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/FitMindy?feature=mhum Mindy McT

    It was difficult for me to count my rep because each “excersise” was several exercises that I had to count individually, so my numbers may be off by one or so. Great workout though! It sure did feel like a lot longer then 12 minutes!!!
    10 x High Knees & 10 x Mountain Climbers: 6

    2 x Squat Jumps & 2 x Push-ups & 1 x Tuck Jumps: 4

    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) & 2 x leg jumps: 11

    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up:4

    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5: 3

    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 6 (each push-up= 1 rep)

    Switch Lunge & Press: 13

    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps: 8

    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 2 1/2

    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 6

    Wide leg jumps & Push up: 10

    Speed run: 141

  • Joubert12

    I think I will download workout onto SmartPhone and press Play and Pause during my workout today after work!! I am very excited to do this one!!!!  I can tell I will feel like I am lost so I think the video right there on the mat will be awesome

  • Anonymous

    Hi there,

    so yesterday I made my own plan for the next few weeks..I will start on Monday and for two weeks I will be regaining my strength etc. And then I will start with this program, I will be behind but that is also ok..I will take my picture on Monday…and then at the end of program..
    So few more days!!!

    And congratulations to all who started this..!!!!!

    kisses to you all

  • MariaBjørgJepsen

    My, oh MY! Thanks for this awesome sweat, Lisa, Freddy & Sean. Absolute brutality!!! But you are so right, I feel incredible now :) I used my 15 kilo sandbag. My shoulders and arms are extremely sore (like my legs, they hurt just from getting out of bed this morning, ha ha). I went to the gym and “played” with weights and machines Monday, after a 3 week break – I feel it hard!!! So I did no press-ups in the jump lunges, just held my sandbag to my chest.

    1) 10 High Knees & 10 Mountain Climbers: 9
    2) 2 Squat Jumps, 2 Push-ups & 1 Jump Tuck: 8
    3) Side Plank Jumps & 2 Plank Jack Jumps: 14
    4) Clean & Press, Squat & Press & Push-up: 7,5
    5) 5 Jump Tucks & 5 Half Burpee Hold: 6
    6) Spider & Leg Lift Push-ups: 24 (12 of each)
    7) Jump Lunges, weighted (15 kg): 43
    8) 2 Side Jump Lunge, 2 Side Punch & 2 Jump Tucks: 9
    9) 10 Squats & 10 Jump Squats: 3,5
    10) Elbow to Knee Jumps: 100 (50 each leg)
    11) Dynamo/Plank Jack Push-ups: 24
    12) Speed Run: 238

    Dripping in sweat and breathing hard :) GREAT!!!

    Love, Maria 

    • Kathy_Bodyrock

      INCREDIBLE scores, Maria!!!!! I am speechless!!! :)
      nice day to you :)

      • MariaBjørgJepsen

        Thank you so much, sweetheart :)

      • MariaBjørgJepsen

        Thank you so much, sweetheart :)

    • Vivi

      I didn’t see your score sorry :p !
      OUCH your score for jump lunge & press is so AMAZING !  

    • Anonymous

      Hey Maria, did you ever try to find a job with the Justice League?? ;-) every time i see your score im going “WOWWW
      Tali

  • Anonymous

    oh my gosh…this looks very hard! I have to admit I’m a bit intimidated and  anxious to do this later :D (but i will, for sure!!!)

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/FitMindy?feature=mhum Mindy McT

    My knees just my crumble and fall off with this one but I will “give it a go.” My word is to encourage :) If I have RA and can do this than anyone can :)

  • Anonymous

    oh freddy – good feeling workout was with Jess on nov 7/11

    I think we need to start suggesting names for workouts!  help them out people!

    how about – dripping fat, or ouch! that hurts,  or push me pull you! or thank god it’s over!  lol

    man, I need to go to bed! lol   (no that’s not a name! lol)

  • Anonymous

    push up partners – today was my first official day of 100 pushups, as no shoulder ones today!
    20 regular
    10 tapping
    5 regular
    5 narrow
    20 one leg
    20 regular
    20 sumo push ups!

    • MariaBjørgJepsen

      Way to GO Tee, so cool!!!!

    • BodyRocker_Bonnie

      Yay Tee!!! You have pushed to get there!

      • Gerri Lee Schafer

        hahaha “pushed” hahahaha

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      you go girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Brian

    Just finished it. So brutal. I love it. Last 3 minutes I couldn’t see, I had that much sweat in my eyes. Too tough to keep count as I was busy concentrating on what exercise to do next and concentrating on remembering to breathe. Keep ‘em coming.

  • Brian

    Just finished it. So brutal. I love it. Last 3 minutes I couldn’t see, I had that much sweat in my eyes. Too tough to keep count as I was busy concentrating on what exercise to do next and concentrating on remembering to breathe. Keep ‘em coming.

  • Anonymous

    I’m doing this tonight! But first I’ll be shopping at the organmarket for an extra pair of lungs (lol, I wrote lunges).  Intense Cardio!! 

  • http://ofdreamsandseams.blogspot.com/ Katja

    C-R-A-Z-Y workout! Lisa-Marie, you have definitely inspired one person: me. But there are many, many others out there for sure.

    I have been bodyrocking since October 2010 and am in better shape than ever. BUT, I am taking this January challenge to go a step further, eat less sugar, drink very little alcohol and loose a little bit of weight, just so the six-pack is even more visible :-)))) Lisa-Marie, you are awesome!

    Here are my scores:

    High Knees & Mountain Climbers: 5,5 sets

    Squat Jumps & Push-ups & Tuck Jump: 5 sets

    Centre to Elbow Jump (L&R) &  leg jumps: 8 sets

    Clean & Press & Squat & Press & Push Up: 4 sets + 1 push up

    Tuck Jumps x 5 & ½ Burpee & squat hold x 5: 3 sets

    Spider Knee Push up & Straight Leg Push Up (L&R): 12 (counting each push up)

    Switch Lunge & Press: 11

    Side Lunge x 2 & L & R Side Punch  & 2 Tuck Jumps: 9 (but only 1 jump tuck per set)

    10 x Squat & 10 x Squat Jumps: 1 set

    Elbow to Knee jumps 10 x each side: 2 sets (= 40 jumps)

    Wide leg jumps & Push up: 12

    Speed run: 184

    To be honest: I paused the timer twice for a short time to have a sip of water and make sure I knew what exercises were coming up next. I decided that was the better choice than cutting my 50 sec work-out interval short. I paused only quickly though, promise! :-)

    Now off to stretch!

    • Anonymous

      Hah, Katja. We’re on the same page. I also started October 2010 and have the same goal as you. You go girl! Lets do this! :D

      • MariaBjørgJepsen

        I also started there, wohooooo :)

      • MariaBjørgJepsen

        I also started there, wohooooo :)

      • http://ofdreamsandseams.blogspot.com/ Katja

        Cool! Good to know we’re in this together :-))))

  • anitaagatha

    love to be on a site where there is room for all ages. you and Hal are a inspiration. 

  • Anonymous

    I’m noticing that yesterday there was 1700 posts and today only 245. 
    I think maybe some 1000 people are scared? 
    I personally looked at this workout and found it very exciting! 
    lisa is very motivating, and cute!  she’s very excited and went very fast! 
     
    but for me, this routine is too complicated and I feel, an accident waiting to happen (for me!).  my body is my livelihood, if I get injured I can’t work, and I can’t afford to not work!  If I have to think too much then either I don’t get a good workout, or I loose form and then I can hurt myself!

    but not to worry, I can fix this!  I am going to modify this workout as two moves in one is all I want to handle in a 50 sec interval so I just split up a couple moves, added two more rounds, and I will do the 10’s and 5’s of the moves but not two or three etc.

    so tomorrow this is what I will do –
    14 rounds 10 sec & 50 sec

    1.  high knees/mountain climbers 10 each
    2.  jump squat/push up
    3.  jump tucks
    4.  plank side to side jump/jack
    5.  pushup/clean & press
    6.  squat & press
    7.  jump tucks/plank jump to squat 5 each
    8.  reptile pushup/one leg up pushup
    9.  lunge & press
    10.  side lunge touch each side/cross jab each side
    11.  squat/jump squat 10 each
    12.  cross knee ups 10 each side
    13.  push up with jack
    14.  speed run

    this will take me 14 min but for me this will be more manageable to do with coordination still!

    thanks in advance for this workout! sorry I’m changing mine freddy but I’m not 20 and skinny anymore! I’m 47 and working on being skinny again! lol

    I’ll be back tomorrow with my scores!

    newbies don’t be afraid to modify and simplify!  just do it!  something is better than nothing!

    my workout word is K.I.S.S.  (yes, technically not one word, and the last one is for me!)

    • Anonymous

      I just think that many people, especially here in Europe, did not do their workout yet as they are posted quite late for us and we are basically one day behind the schedule. I’m sure the comments will skyrocket by afternoon/evening European time ;-)

      • Anonymous

        You are so right Selene! I am sitting at work – in Germany – and can’t wait to come home tonight to do this!! Lets bring it, Europe whoop whoop

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      just finished Tee, wish I had seen this before…would have followed your lead…I agree, I am my job, if I’m injured, I don’t eat…I lift 50 to 70 lb off the floor all day at work and I’m in constant motion….can’t be hurt, and I’m not a kid anymore either….staring 43 down pretty hard

      • Anonymous

        I just don’t have the patience for the complicated moves either! that’s what happens when you get old! ha ha!

        • Gerri Lee Schafer

          ….and let’s not forget that we get damn cranky when the moves confuse us!!!!!! HAHAHA HA

  • Glowmerida

    I would love to see a photo of your “skinny tom boy” phase ;P

  • http://twitter.com/IronFistGirl Tara Fox

    Im 37.5wks pregnant and here are my scores, of course i did variations to support my baby belly.
    Tought workout either way. I replaced of tuck jumps with squat jumps and all pushups on knees.
    1. 3 sets
    2. 5 sets
    3. 6 sets
    4. 7 sets
    5. 3 sets
    6. 19
    7. 18 no sandbag
    8.  6 sets
    9.  1.5 sets
    10. 2 sets
    11. 9 sets
    12. just jogged on the spot

    I hope other Bodyrockers who may be struggling or just feeling unmotivated see this and realise that it is possible for anyone to do these workouts, you just need to listen to your body and do what works for you, and most of all JUST TRY :)

  • Nicole Tmy

    Scores! – This literally killed me as you can tell by my scores lol but this is part of my new years resolution so here goes

    1. 4
    2. 4
    3. 7
    4. 3 1/2
    5. 2 1/2
    6. 10
    7. 15
    8. 6
    9. 1 (i know WHHHATTTT but i was dying lol)
    10. 4
    11. 13
    12. 130

  • Nicole Tmy

    Scores! – This literally killed me as you can tell by my scores lol but this is part of my new years resolution so here goes

    1. 4
    2. 4
    3. 7
    4. 3 1/2
    5. 2 1/2
    6. 10
    7. 15
    8. 6
    9. 1 (i know WHHHATTTT but i was dying lol)
    10. 4
    11. 13
    12. 130

  • Christine McG

    Hi Nataliia,

    I also have muscular, athletic legs. Don’t be afraid of the weight. As you build muscle, your legs may get bigger for a short bit until that muscle begins to help burn fat. You will see faster results using weight with your training than just doing cardio. You will be building lean muscle mass, which in turn helps your entire body burn fat, even when your workout is done. Using weights also helps maintain bone density as we age. Just do what feels right and don’t start too heavy. As you get stronger you should keep challenging yourself in a safe way. I don’t have a sandbag (yet!) so I use hand weights.

    Just stick with it and in time you will see results. And be proud of that muscle! We all have different body shapes and statures. Just focus on being the best version of YOU that you can be! I guarantee there are people out there who want what you have!

  • Nicole Tmy

    I love you to bits Lisa and please don’t take the following as a bad thing I know you’re probably doing a billion things for bodyrock and you are busy and probably spending heaps of time already on this site and I love you for that. I was wondering if it was at all possible that you think of some names for the workouts like, instead of wide leg jumps and push up call it a “star push up”. I only suggest this because my page for my scores look huge when I write it all out with the names of the workout! This is of course not a necessity just thought it might be easier to write out scores when I write what the workout next to it :). I might be the only one who thinks this and if so ignore me I don’t want to overload you with nit picking type of work!! But if you could it would be awesome!

    Thanks heaps for all the effort and enthusiasm you put into this site! Will be working out now and posting my scores soon x

  • http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage.asp?id=VW_STEPH Stephanie

    YAY for day two! Looks fab! Loving your shorts Lisa-Marie! And a really lovely and motivating…and mostly INSPIRING post. Thank you :)

    Can’t wait to feel super amazing after this workout later ! :D

  • http://twitter.com/IronFistGirl Tara Fox

    yes i agree it was a bit hard to try and remember every exercise without mixing it up

  • Anonymous

    I agree wholeheartedly!

  • Anonymous

    I agree wholeheartedly!

  • Anonymous

    Hi lisa tanaka

    pressup is exactly the same as pushup, just different terms in different countries wording.  just like crisps are chips!  ooooh bad example! lol

  • Hal

    Thanks for the support. 

    By the way, how do you add a picture to one’s profile?

    • Anonymous

      Hi Hal

      In order to have a picture you have to join disQus, just under the post, where you can “like” the page.  click on DisQus and register then you can edit your profile and put a picture and then we can follow you and you can follow others!

      Just some info I just learned!  ha ha!, us Old farts need to stick together!  47 years young myself!

  • Emily

    i did the fit test yesterday.  it was hard but i got through it.  today, though, i feel really weak.  is that normal?

  • http://moveeatlivewell.blogspot.com/2012/01/jessicas-beginners-guide-to-bodyrocktv.html JessJN

    I think it depends on how you pack it, & what you pack it with.  Z’s always looks floppy to me.  I have salt in mine divided into 6 large ziplock bags(2 in each filler bag, 2 out of the filler bags for easy adjustment), so mine is fairly stiff.  

  • Anonymous

    captain awesome

    weekends are active rest days.

  • Tammy77

    thanks Amanda!!

  • Tammy77

    thanks you guys!!!

  • ♥ BodyRocker Rachel ♥

    My power word: prevail.

    I feel like my weight-loss progress has slowed, but instead of giving up, I’m going to force myself to keep going!
    Here are my scores (in sets):

    1)  4½ 
    2)  4 + 2 jump squats
    3)   5
    4)  4
    5)  2 + 5 jump tucks
    6)  7
    7)  10
    8)  8
    9)  1 
    10)  6
    11)  11½
    12)  170

    Tomorrow is my second weigh-in with my nutritionist. Wish me luck :)

  • Tammy77

    WELCOME!!! You can do it! Ofcourse you can!….and I think you just did by completing Day 1. Great job by the way.
    Don’t worry, you always have the support of other bodyrockers…promise:) We’ve all been there; starting is scary at first, but you’ll get the hang of it and it’ll just one day be apart of what you do everyday without too much thought. You’ll be hooked…just stick with it…best of luck on your journey.
    Tammy :)

  • Emoney429

    Wow that was killer. Definitely out of shape a but. Hoping by day 30 I will be better.

  • Rasoherina

    Oh my, I’m burning up! My humble scores:
    1. 4
    2. 4
    3. 6
    4. 5 (no sandbag yet, so I used a 5# dumbbell)
    5. 1.5
    6. 11 modified
    7. 20
    8. 8 sets
    9. 1 set
    10. 4 sets
    11. 28
    12. 153 steps

    Thx, Lisa! See ya tomorrow!

  • Anonymous

    I find it reassuring that Lisa-Marie Broke a sweat with this workout. 

  • fittobechels

    My Power Word:  THRIVE.

    I am on vacation, so I don’t have my sandbag. I filled up a backback with a bunch of canned goods–I think it was about 15 pounds. I had to modify a few of the moves to work with my knees. I LOVED this workout–the combo moves were killer!!

    1. 3.5
    2. 5
    3. 7
    4. 4.5
    5. 3
    6. 4
    7. 10
    8. 7
    9. 1.5
    10. 2.25
    11. 11
    12. 125 (Butt Kicks)

    Thanks guys!!

  • Anonymous

    Wowzers…This was awesome…Made the hubby do it twice with me…Earned my Steak & Farfalle Pasta (Clean Eating)…Here are my scores (only posting first rounds…second wasn’t as good obviously) 

    1. 6
    2. 6
    3. 8
    4. 4.5
    5. 7
    6. 12
    7. 16.5
    8. 1 (and 5 squats)
    9. 4
    10. 12
    11. didn’t count speed run…just closed my eyes and prayed for the beep!!

    Thanks BodyRock!!

  • Anonymous

    This was an awesome workout! Lisa-Marie looked like she gave it 110% !!!
    but please just tell us where is zuzana, what is going on??? I feel like were being ignored and left in the dark about her.  If she’s leaving for a while, why dont you just tell us!!?? I miss her terribly, but if you informed us about whats going on, even vaguely, i wouldn’t be mad  

    • ♥ BodyRocker Rachel ♥

      I agree, Becks. I’m starting to worry! :(

      • http://twitter.com/IronFistGirl Tara Fox

        I think she is on a much needed break and wishes not to be contacted, thats all I can conclude altho I wish Zuzana would have told us herself instead of putting everyone in this position, but maybe shes not in a good way at the moment and just wants to say “F#$K IT” for once.   I dont know thats just what i think

  • Anonymous

    Okay, I’m back…..now that I’ve settled my kids in bed and I’ve caught my breath, I can tell y’all what I thought and post my scores. Well I am one SWEATY HOT mess!! 
    This was all and more of what you promised girlfriend – INTENSE!!! And I feel GRRRRRRRRRREAT!!! Gimme more!!!…..okay, not till tomorrow, okay?? lol.
    Oh, and in case you didn’t read my “pre” workout post, my word of the day is Believe…one of my favourite words

    My scores:
    1- 8
    2- 5
    3- 10
    4- 4.5 (25lb sandbag..wish I had the pink one, I think I have the older version or the one for men :(
    5- 4
    6- 6
    7- 10
    8- 11…..LOVED this one…
    9- 3
    10- 5 (sets of 10)
    11- 12
    12- 170

    Not sure if these are good scores or not, but they’re my scores and they’re mine to improve….
    Thanks you guys, as always y’all ROCK!!  Go team Canada!!!

  • Courtney

    Holy smokes. That was intense. My word of the day is Determination, and I really needed it to finish this workout. I counted this as one full exercise combo = one rep. I’m too lazy to type out the whole workout with scores, so I’ll just post the scores.

    5.5
    5
    10
    4
    2
    7
    10
    10
    1 (plus 5 squats)
    5 (10 each side as 1 rep)
    15
    Speed run (didn’t count reps)

    Plus one burpee for Erin.

  • Lvette #1

    Nice talk Lisa Marie. I wish I was bodyrocking with you. I can’t wait until I’m able to workout again. Liking the routines so far. 

    Happy new year to all!

  • Anonymous

    OMG Lisa-Marie…I am sooOOO scared right now to do this…eeeeeek!!!!!!
    My word for today is Believe….I believe I can do this….wish me luck girlfriend!
    Will be back shortly with my scores/comments for Day 2
    Tammy

  • Anonymous

    OMG Lisa-Marie…I am sooOOO scared right now to do this…eeeeeek!!!!!!
    My word for today is Believe….I believe I can do this….wish me luck girlfriend!
    Will be back shortly with my scores/comments for Day 2
    Tammy

  • kat

    What happened to the scores?  Do you want our scores for this w.o.?

    • kat

      My word is Overcome!  I can overcome any weakness as long as I stay strong and keep the Faith!!  So I did this workout twice to see if I could beat my old scores and yes I did :)  I feel Great!  Here goes.
      10x HK + 10x mountain climbers 5
      2xSQ jumps + 2x pushups + tuck jump 5
      center to elbow jump (L+R) + 2 Leg jumps out 7
      Clean + Press +SQ + Press + Pushups 5
      5x Tuck Jumps + 5 1/2 Burpees and hold 4
      spider knee pushups + straight leg pushups 6 (correct form)
      jump lunge + Press up (used my 8lb ball) 20
      2x side jump lunges(L+R) + side punches and 2 Tuck jumps 10
      10x SB (20lb)SQ + 10x SQ jumps 1 full rep + 10 SB SQ and 6 SQ jumps
      Elbow to knee jumps 10x each side (each side counting as 1 rep) 6
      wide leg jump pushups 12 (YAY correct form again)
      Speed Run 185

      I am so Pumped for tomorrows w.o. 

  • Sarah G

    You’re so intense yet adorabler Lisa-Marie! Love your energy and go go go! :)

  • Lisa

    Just finished this workout…definitely a cardio intense one today! I didn’t keep track of reps, I found I had to quickly just check off the exercise combo I just did and read what I was supposed to do for the next one. I think I am going to need to purchase a sandbag eventually (maybe an early birthday present? My bday isn’t til May!) because my homemade 2-10lb rice bags duct taped together doesn’t work so well for clean and press exercises! I had to drop it for the lunge switches. Thanks for this workout. Looking forward to Day 3!

  • Courtney

    Does each exercise combo count as one rep?

    • Lisa

      I think so.

  • MariaBjørgJepsen

    YEAH, I’m so on tomorrow morning!

  • Chris Lee

    I am so stoked to do this tomorrow!  I’m also a day behind because of my work schedule.  my power word rhymes with truck and it comes out every time i see jump lunges included in the workout!

    see you tomorrow!

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      hahaha..think I have the same power word

    • Anonymous

      ha ha!  I know that word too! lol

    • Tammy77

      AWESOME….LUV it…lol

      Go team CANADA!!

    • Mary Lou

      I wish I could use that word too, but since I homeschool my kids, it comes out as “ERRRRRRGHAAAAA!”

  • Hal

    Haven’t posted much since Zuzanna left but I’m still here doing the routines.  This one looks particularly hard.  I’m a day behind but here are my scores from the Fit Test Lisa-Marie.  I’m a 55 year old male who has been a bodyrocker for about 3 years now and it was nice to see some comments from some other 50+ types out there. 
    Squat Jump 37
    Push-ups 36
    Burpees 15
    High Knees 138
    Jump Lunges 19
    Tuck Jumps 16
    Straight Abs 17

    • anitaagatha

      you rock!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    I’m doing a day behind just because of my workout time schedule. So today was the fit test and I posted my scores! Yay! Ready for some serious results! Love you Lisa Marie! Best inspiration ever! Love the straight to the point attitude. GETITDONE, boys and girls! :)

  • Laurenl

    DONE!  Felt like I was doing sucky but I guess each exercise is made up of a mini round, so there are not as many full reps to write down.  By the end I was certainly sweaty and out of breath though so that means something!

    Lauren

  • Anonymous

    Well I’ll do this tomorrow, but don’t worry Lisa, I didn’t skip today!  I just couldnt wait any longer for the workout to be posted, so I did an older one that was 20 Min long, and very intense.  Not nearly as intense as what you just posted, but still, I didn’t skip.  It was the Fat Destroyer Workout.  Awesome!!  Hey, maybe thats my word for tomorrow…AWESOME! :)

  • http://aphrodiitee.deviantart.com/ Isidora

    Great workout! looks fun! 

    Ive got a question. The way Lisa Marie does push ups, does that work your arms more than chest or viceversa? what muscles works the most? cuz i wanna get more arm exercise instead of chest cuz my chest is huge! 

  • http://aphrodiitee.deviantart.com/ Isidora

    Great workout! looks fun! 

    Ive got a question. The way Lisa Marie does push ups, does that work your arms more than chest or viceversa? what muscles works the most? cuz i wanna get more arm exercise instead of chest cuz my chest is huge! 

    • Gerri Lee Schafer

      HI Isidora,
      The way Lisa-Maria is doing push ups puts the focus on your triceps.  Hug your elbows into your body, don’t let them flair out.  It also makes it harder to push up without getting body bowing, so it’s a great core exercise too.  I’ve always called these “military” push ups…hope that helps

      cheers, Gerri Lee

    • irreverend

      the way lisa marie does push ups will mostly work your triceps. For chest and bicep pushups you would have your arms perpendicular to your body instead of parallel

  • http://twitter.com/IronFistGirl Tara Fox

    Would love to see your scores ! Can you post them plz?

  • Eleni Greekteach

    Lisa Marie,
    I like that you have a “word of the day” for your workout.  In yoga we pick a word that represents our intention, which makes my practice so much more meaningful.  I can’t believe I didn’t consider picking an intention word for bodyrock workouts!

  • Eleni Greekteach

    Lisa Marie,
    I like that you have a “word of the day” for your workout.  In yoga we pick a word that represents our intention, which makes my practice so much more meaningful.  I can’t believe I didn’t consider picking an intention word for bodyrock workouts!

  • Eleni Greekteach

    Lisa Marie,
    I like that you have a “word of the day” for your workout.  In yoga we pick a word that represents our intention, which makes my practice so much more meaningful.  I can’t believe I didn’t consider picking an intention word for bodyrock workouts!

  • Emojko2008

    u r great, full of motivating ideas